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Press release 15/12/2023

Karen Miller appointed as next Medical Protection Society CEO

Karen Miller appointed as next Medical Protection Society CEO

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Medical Protection Society (MPS) – the world’s leading medical defence organisation which protects and supports the professional interests of more than 300,000 healthcare professionals - has announced the appointment of Karen Miller as its next Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

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Press release 14/12/2023

Medical Protection: PA/AA legislation is blueprint for reform of othe...

Medical Protection: PA/AA legislation is blueprint for reform of other health professions, so we must get this right

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Dr Rob Hendry, Medical Director at Medical Protection, comments on the legislation set out to bring PAs and AAs into regulation.

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News and updates 30/07/2023

Half of doctors say mental health is worse now than during the pandemic

Half of doctors say mental health is worse now than during the pandemic

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Nearly half of healthcare professionals in the UK (46%) say their mental health is worse now than it was during the pandemic, and three quarters (75%) feel the Government is not doing enough to help healthcare professionals with mental health issues.

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News and updates 28/10/2022

Medical Protection launches a new campaign aimed at supporting doctor...

Medical Protection launches a new campaign aimed at supporting doctors through menopause

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Patricia Canedo, Policy and Public Affairs Manager at Medical Protection, introduces Medical Protection's new campaign which aims at supporting doctors and healthcare professionals through menopause.

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Press release 15/09/2022

Burnout review highlights need for urgent action

Burnout review highlights need for urgent action

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Dr Rob Hendry, Medical Director at Medical Protection Society (MPS) comments on the study by the University of Manchester into the link between burnout and patient safety.

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Press release 25/07/2022

Move to finally strip GMC of power to appeal tribunal decisions in 20...

Move to finally strip GMC of power to appeal tribunal decisions in 2023 welcomed

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Medical Protection has welcomed commitment from DHSC to progress legislation that will finally strip the GMC of its power to appeal fitness to practise decisions in 2023.

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Press release 18/07/2022

Medical expert reports must consider systems issues to help stop doct...

Medical expert reports must consider systems issues to help stop doctors being scapegoats for wider failings

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It should be mandatory for medical expert reports to consider the role systems issues may have played in an adverse patient outcome, according to the Medical Protection Society (MPS).

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