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Medical Protection have brought our experienced medicolegal consultants and world leading experts together to discuss topics related to COVID-19 designed to help protect doctors. This podcast channel aims to be a COVID-19 hub to support our members, providing advice and guidance around medicolegal issues and maintaining their well being.
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Dr Sarah Coope, Senior Medical Educator at Medical Protection, in conversation with Professor Peter Gillen, Associate Professor of Surgery RCSI and Clinical Advisor to the National Healthcare Communication Programme Ireland, discuss the value of structuring clinical handovers using the ISBAR3 framework.(MPS members can access the recordings on their PRISM elearning platform of a four-part Teleconsulting webinar series which Medical Protection delivered between Sep-Nov 2020).
[This episode is for medical practitioners in New Zealand.]Dr Pallavi Bradshaw, medicolegal lead for risk prevention at Medical Protection, talks to Dr David O'Regan, consultant psychiatrist and sleep specialist at the Sleep Disorders Centre at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, London. Exploring the potential impact of the COVID-19 crisis on sleep and wellbeing. Offering practical tips and techniques to help improve sleep during a time of worry and uncertainty.
Dr Sarah Coope, Senior Medical Educator at Medical Protection, in conversation with Professor Peter Gillen, Associate Professor of Surgery RCSI and Clinical Advisor to the National Healthcare Communication Programme Ireland, discuss the topic of clinical handovers. They summarise the potential risks to patient and clinician when the information transferred is incomplete or unstructured and what some of the barriers to making an effective handover might be.(MPS members can access the recordings on their PRISM elearning platform of a four-part Teleconsulting webinar series which Medical Protection delivered between Sep-Nov 2020).
This 13 minute podcast is an extract from the first webinar in our Telemedicine series where Dr Sarah Coope, Senior Medical Educator at Medical Protection, focused on the essentials of teleconsulting with patients. Advice given in this podcast was correct at the time of release but please check current regulations, policies and guidance in your organisation.
In this podcast, Dr Graham Howarth, Medicolegal Advisor, and Dr Brenda Kubheka, Managing Director of Health IQ consulting, discuss various elements of patient safety and leadership, especially during a global pandemic. They discuss how clinicians disruptive behaviour has a corrosive effect on teamwork, and how this negatively impacts on patient safety. Brenda also discusses her thoughts around ethics, social justice, South Africa’s response to the pandemic and changes in the healthcare sector during COVID-19.
In this 20 minute communication skills session, Dr James Thorpe Medicolegal Consultant and Senior Medical Educator and Dr Sarah Coope Senior Medical Educator, focus on discussing difficult interactions with colleagues – a subject that has perhaps become even more important than usual during the current challenges of working in the pandemic. They explore current factors in the COVID19 situation that may contribute to difficult interactions and conflict, then look at self-management and key communication skills that can help you stay in dialogue and effectively problem-solve with your colleague.
Dr Sophie Haroon, medicolegal consultant at Medical Protection interviews Dr Munib Haroon, locum consultant community paediatrician, about his experiences of being a locum during the covid-19 pandemic, including discussing some issues that locums more widely have faced.
Dr Karen Ellison explores how the pandemic has affected SAS doctors with Dr Laura Hipple, SAS doctor and representative of the grade at the RCOG and locally in Cumbria.
Dr Ellison explores with the National Guardian how the Freedom to Speak Up Guardians nationally have helped healthcare professionals during the pandemic in encouraging a Speak up culture
Dr Rob Hendry, MPS Medical Director, and Professor Gordon Peterkin, past Director of the Scottish Centre for Telemedicine, reflects on how telemedicine has developed since the 1990’s and discussed where it might go in the future.
Dr Karen Ellison. Medicolegal consultant team lead at Medical protection, talks to Dr Emma Ferriman, consultant in foetal medicine in Sheffield. Explores the impact of Covid-19 on the provision of effective antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care. Offers practical tips and techniques to over burnout and build resilience.
Dr Heidi Mounsey, a Medico-legal Consultant at Medical Protection and Dr Sarah Coope, a Senior Medical Educator, discuss communication and medico-legal aspects of Advance Care Planning conversations during COVID-19.
Dr Julia Ambler, Palliative Care Specialist, Risk Prevention Faculty, Medical Protection discusses advanced care planning in the context of COVID-19 with Tracey Brand, Palliative Care Social Worker and Director of Umduduzi. Providing guidance and tips on how to approach these difficult conversations sensitively and facilitate an informed decision.
This podcast is the audio from our recent webinar (11/05/20) in which Drs Graham Howarth and Volker Hitzeroth, and legal experts Athol Gordon and Gerdhardt Van Der Merwe discuss some of the medicolegal dilemmas related to the withholding and/ or withdrawing of life-supporting resources. Utilising our international experience, particularly from countries that have already experienced surges - ethical, regulatory and legal issues will be addressed from a South African perspective.
Dr Rob Hendry in conversation with Dr Tony Behrman, Dr David Roytowski and Dr Volker Hitzeroth about state employed practitioners, the Treasury Regulations and state indemnity, and how MPS can assist in medicolegal matters
Dr Frank Gallagher, Consultant in Occupational Health and member of Risk Prevention’s global faculty, discusses the role of the Health and Safety Executive and the role it may play during the COVID-19 crisis. Guidance on reporting responsibilities, investigations and the role of individual clinicians is provided
Dr Emma Green, Medicolegal Consultant at Medical Protection, shares some personal experiences encountered in the Emergency Department during Covid-19 as well as considering some of the medicolegal issues that could arise.
Dr Sarah Coope, Senior Medical Educator at Medical Protection, in conversation with Dr Joy Shacklock, RCGP Clinical Champion Good Practice Safeguarding, to discuss some of the current safeguarding adult & children issues that have arisen from the COVID19 pandemic.
Dr Pallavi Bradshaw, medicolegal lead, risk prevention at Medical Protection, talks to Dr Andrée Rochfort, Director, Quality Improvement & Doctors Health Programme, ICGP. Exploring the impact on doctors’ health working during the COVID-19 crisis. Offering advice and guidance on how to maintain health and wellbeing at this time and sharing insights from her own experience and of treating doctors who have been affected.
Dr Emma Davies, medicolegal consultant at Medical Protection and Medical Examiner for the NHS and Brian Caldwell-White, case manager for MPS, provide guidance on the changes to legislation surrounding death certification, notification and cremation in the UK. (Information and advice in this podcast was correct at the time of release).
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