Find out what group membership offers your organisataion
If you have an existing group arrangement looking to add a new member or transfer an existing Medical Protection member please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The membership remains at an individual level and assistance is provided on this basis. This means it is possible that a situation could arise where we were called on to support a member through disciplinary proceedings instigated by the corporate organisation, such as an internal investigation.
As a busy clinician we know it is a challenge to fit in training and development. Our online programme of webinars and interactive modules can be accessed at a time and place to suit you.
Our masterclasses are tailored to Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Orthopaedic Surgeons and General Surgeons. A one-day event consisting of interactive and practical sessions, with the aim to enhance skills in achieving more effective consultations and handling of adverse outcomes.
Workshops are expertly facilitated, using a blend of presentations, small group discussions and activities, case studies, reflective exercises and opportunities to rehearse skills.
Read real-life cases of complaints, claims and clinical negligence taken from our archives.
Chosen to give you clear learning points to help you avoid similar situations and reduce your risk, the cases also feature advice from medicolegal experts.
Factsheets are short guides to particular medicolegal issues providing essential and practical advice for members in the UK.
You'll notice a few things have changed on our website. After asking our members what they want in an online platform, we've made it easier to access our membership benefits and created a more personalised user experience.
Why not take our quick 60-second tour? We'll show you how it all works and it should only take a minute.
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Use the top navigation bar to access essential links from any page of the site.
Should you need to contact us, our phone numbers are always visible.
Start your search by choosing your profession and/or area of interest through the two dropdowns.
Enter keywords to find specific resources. For exact terms, just use speech marks, e.g. "record keeping".
We'll save your profession in the "I am a..." dropdown filter for next time.
Narrow your search based on theme, field, format, article, type or location.
Based on the pages you visit, we'll also provide useful links under the 'More' tab.
Now you've seen all of the updated features, it's time for you to try them out.
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