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Medical Protection Publications


 

Casebook


Casebook is Medical Protection's flagship journal. Each issue is full of medicolegal news, thought-provoking features and case reports.

Casebook aims to promote safer practice by providing information and sharing experiences that you will find helpful. It consistently meets with high praise from Medical Protection members and frequently sparks debate and discussion within the medicolegal field.

 

PracticeMatters


Our magazine for GP partners and practice managers, Practice Matters, strives to provide an entertaining and informative read that shares important medicolegal advice and practical tips that can be used in practice.

The legislative, financial and regulatory environment that governs general practice becomes more complex by the day. We hope that Practice Matters will help you tiptoe through this minefield.

 

JuniorDoctor


Junior Doctor is an Medical Protection publication for doctors-in-training in South Africa.

It is aimed at senior medical students, interns, community service medical officers, and registrars through to medical officers, and offers professional support and expert advice. Read Junior Doctor and find interesting, informative articles, together with news on healthcare legislation and developments.

Factsheets


Medical Protection factsheets are short guides to particular medicolegal issues. They provide essential and practical advice for doctors practising in South Africa.


advice Booklets

Looking for in-depth information on Medical Protection advice or core medicolegal issues?

Browse our medicolegal handbooks to find out more on handling complaints, professionalism, ethics and more...

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Case Reports


We publish case reports as an aid to Medical Protection members, to alert them to pitfalls that have caught their colleagues unawares.


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We believe that these are an invaluable risk management tool and, as such, they should be rooted in fact – ie, based on actual events. However, to preserve as far as possible the confidentiality of the people involved (both patients and healthcare professionals) we have altered some of the details.