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Times: 19.30 - 20.30
Suitable: Singapore Medical Practitioners – Consultants, Specialists, GPs
Cost: Free for members
Protect yourself with best practice patient record keeping
Join Dr Katie Grant, Medicolegal Adviser, as she gives insight into current good practice in record keeping.
Designed for Medical Protection members, this live one-hour webinar will feature cases and scenarios to help you gain the skills to maintain a high standard of records and ensure continuity of patient care.
With an opportunity for real time questions and answers during the broadcast, this is the ideal way to have the expertise of Medical Protection brought directly to you.
27.5% of GP electronic records were deemed by the patients to contain inaccuracies. 50% of these were deemed to be clinically important e.g. wrong diagnosis
Al-Agilly S et al, Inform Prim care 15(4): 217-20 (2007)
- Review and update your knowledge on record keeping
- Apply this knowledge to enhance the quality of record keeping in your practice and reduce the risk of successful complaints, or claims for compensation, being made against you
- Understand what the Medical Council expects to see in a medical record.
Dr Katie Grant initially studied Pharmacology, then completed her Medical degree in Southampton, UK in 2005. She undertook her foundation doctor years in the South of England and then worked as an anaesthetist for approximately 6 years, developing an interest in paediatric anaesthesia and critical care.
Alongside her clinical work Dr Grant sat as a medical panellist for the General Medical Council Fitness to Practise then Interim Orders Panels. She also sat as a lay panellist for the General Dental Council, and was a medical member of the First-Tier Tribunal (Social Security and Child Support).
Dr Grant began working as a medicolegal advisor at Medical Protection in 2014 working on UK cases initially, moving to specialise in Asia casework in 2016. She is currently completing her MA in Medical Law at King’s College London.
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