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At Medical Protection, we know that preventing problems can help better protect our members and their patients.
Our range of webinars – included in every membership – are designed to do just that with a choice of topics in which you can develop your essential skills, as well as earning one hour of CPD.
Webinar content is regularly updated to keep our members up-to-date with new, useful and relevant information from the healthcare sector.
There are two convenient ways of watching our one-hour webinars, at no extra cost:
The webinars are broadcast live and can be watched online on a desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Hosted by our experts with interactive Q&A sessions, members can take the opportunity to pose live questions and learn from the themes raised by the audience.
Our live webinars are always recorded. So if you miss one, or if a topic has already been discussed in the past, you can conveniently catch up via your online learning account.
Clinical leadership following the pandemic has been challenging in many ways. Dr Paul O’Dwyer presents examples of positive leadership and will share tools and strategies you can use to build and maintain your own leadership skills.
Our Casebook Live webinar looks into a range of different cases, from those that were resolved at an early stage to those that went on to be heard in Court. The panel will look at the key learning points from each case to help reduce your medicolegal risk.
In this webinar, we are joined by two doctors who work for Practitioner Health, a confidential NHS primary care mental health and addiction service. They will share an overview of what Practitioner Health is and does, as well as identifying some common wellbeing themes and “top tips” that all clinicians can reflect on and apply to their everyday lives.
Difficult interactions with colleagues
This webinar presents a model that can be used as a step-by-step approach to responding constructively and respectfully to colleagues in difficult interactions to help facilitate agreed patient-centred outcomes.
As clinicians, we may think we listen well, however what does the other person experience from our presence, our responses, and our advice? In this webinar, Dr Kathryn Mannix, author of a new book entitled simply “Listen,” will speak about the principles of listening, in what she calls "tender conversations".
Dr Ewen Ross and Dr Jane Sturgess share the findings of analysis of UK-based Anaesthetist Medical Protection members in relation to 3000 claims, pre-claims, complaints, General Medical Council investigations, local disciplinary procedures and inquests in order for you to better understand and reduce your medicolegal risk.
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