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HOSPITAL DOCTORS

The best advice, support and protection for you at every stage of your career, including bespoke educational events, resources and advice for new consultants.
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Giving you the support the NHS can't

Medical Protection membership offers you access to a wide range of benefits of membership and personal support that you would not normally receive from NHS indemnity.

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Online learning

Our online learning platform allows you to complete free online learning modules around the clock to help you keep your knowledge up to date.
Plus you can earn CPD points at a time and pace to suit you.


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Workshops

MPS workshops are focused on providing advice and practical tools and tips to help you deliver improved patient care.
Format
3 hour workshops
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Casebook May 2016

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.

Blogs

We regularly blog on key medicolegal topics. 

From patient safety to supporting doctors, we have it covered. Join the discussion today.

Case reports

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

Working in private practice?

If you're a UK consultant who does both NHS and private practice, please contact us to find out how this could affect your membership.

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Martin Bromiley promotes an understanding of human factors in healthcare

12 December 2012
Martin Bromiley from the Clinical Human Factors Group discusses how he has been personally affected by unintended human errors that occurred during a surgical procedure. He now works with clinicians to develop systems to prevent similar errors happening to patients in future.