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A GP is notified by an after-hours service that her patient is seeking an abortion. The patient, who is taking isotretinoin, is not on the pregnancy prevention programme because she told her dermatologist that she was not sexually active. She asks her GP not to inform the dermatologist about her pregnancy.- NEED HELP?If you’re a member of Medical Protection and do need advice please call the applicable phone number below: Caribbean & Bermuda: +44 113 210 4398 Hong Kong: 800 908 433 Ireland: 1800 936 077 Malaysia: 1800 81 5837 New Zealand: 0800 225 5677 Singapore: 800 616 7055 South Africa: 0800 014 780 United Kingdom: 0800 561 9090 CERTIFICATEA certificate for listening is available on PRISMhttps://protection.pub/3gfweIf SPEAKERSOur host today was Dr John Marwickhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/john-marwick-2614ab17 With special guest Dr James Thorpehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/james-thorpe-29b58499 For more information about Medical Protection please visit www.medicalprotection.org -
After examining a patient with respiratory symptoms a doctor diagnosed a viral infection. A few days later another doctor prescribed antibiotics for a bacterial infection. The patient complained that he should have been diagnosed and treated at the first consultation. What followed was an examination of the doctor’s records... - FURTHER LEARNINGIf you’re a member of Medical Protection and want to learn more:Use the link below to display the eLearning and webinar recordings available on medical recordshttps://protection.pub/3z8S07t CERTIFICATEA certificate for listening is available on PRISMhttps://protection.pub/3gfweIf SPEAKERSOur host today was Dr John Marwickhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/john-marwick-2614ab17with special guest Dr Heidi Mounsey For more information about Medical Protection please visit www.medicalprotection.org -
After performing a seemingly straightforward cardiac examination was called by police and requested to attend an interview under caution. This podcast is the first in our Case Files series that explores real cases and consequences. - FURTHER LEARNINGIf you’re a member of Medical Protection and want to learn more:Access our eLearning below https://protection.pub/3ez8ZZk Or to find more on this topic search ‘consent’ on PRISM CERTIFICATEA certificate for listening is available on PRISMhttps://protection.pub/3gfweIf SPEAKERSOur host today was Dr John Marwickhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/john-marwick-2614ab17 Our guest speaker today was Dr Katie Granthttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kitty-grant-bb300367 For more information about Medical Protection please visit www.medicalprotection.org -
IMGs have shared they can experience a range of cultural challenges when navigating working within the NHS. This podcast explores the ways in which IMGs can delegate respectfully, integrate into team working and avoid common pitfalls. FURTHER LEARNING If you’re a member of Medical Protection and would like to learn more about our services on offer for International Medical Graduates, please visit our IMG hub https://protection.pub/3T9BqvU Members can use the link below to register for a free Communication Skills Virtual Workshop designed especially for International Medical Graduates https://protection.pub/3T9h8mf CERTIFICATE OF LEARNING A certificate for listening is available on PRISM https://protection.pub/3MAYhOq SPEAKERS Our host today was Dr Maiedha Raza https://www.linkedin.com/in/maiedhahealthcare With special guest speaker Dr Najeeb Rahman https://www.linkedin.com/in/najeeb-rahman-6634b42 For more information about Medical Protection please visit www.medicalprotection.org
In this podcast we’ll hear once more from our expert patient about the importance of shared care decision making within healthcare. Paternalistic care has long been status quo, however, the insights shared directly from the patient in this podcast may persuade you otherwise. - FURTHER LEARNINGIf you’re a member of Medical Protection and would like to learn more about our services on offer for International Medical Graduates, please visit our IMG HUBhttps://protection.pub/3T9BqvU Members can use the link below to register for a FREE Communication Skills Virtual WORKSHOP designed especially for International Medical Graduateshttps://protection.pub/3T9h8mf CERTIFICATE OF LEARNINGA certificate for listening is available on PRISM https://protection.pub/3MAYhOq SPEAKERSOur host today was Dr Maiedha Razahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/maiedhahealthcareWith special guest speaker Mr Solyman Hassouna For more information about Medical Protection please visit www.medicalprotection.org -
We know from the GMC survey in 2021 that IMGs are 60% more likely to be referred to the FTP panel and communication plays a big part in this. In this podcast we discuss the importance of empathy with a patient receiving regular healthcare. - FURTHER LEARNING If you’re a member of Medical Protection and would like to learn more about our services on offer for International Medical Graduates, please visit our IMG hub https://protection.pub/3T9BqvU Members can use the link below to register for a free Communication Skills Virtual Workshop designed especially for International Medical Graduates https://protection.pub/3T9h8mf CERTIFICATE OF LEARNING A certificate for listening is available on PRISM https://protection.pub/3MAYhOq SPEAKERS Our host today was Dr Maiedha Raza https://www.linkedin.com/in/maiedhahealthcare With special guest speaker Mr Solyman Hassouna For more information about Medical Protection please visit www.medicalprotection.org
Looking after our valuable international medical graduates (IMGs) is incredibly important. There is no standardised induction process for them in the NHS (yet) and they make up a large majority of our workforce. In this podcast we discuss challenges faced by IMGs when they start working in the NHS. FURTHER LEARNINGIf you’re a member of Medical Protection and would like to learn more about our services on offer for International Medical Graduates, please visit our IMG hubhttps://protection.pub/3T9BqvU Members can use the link below to register for a free Communication Skills Virtual Workshop designed especially for International Medical Graduateshttps://protection.pub/3T9h8mf ADDITIONAL RESOURCESKingsfund videohttps://www.kingsfund.org.uk/audio-video/how-does-nhs-in-england-workGood Medical Practice Guidelineshttps://www.gmc-uk.org/ethical-guidance/ethical-guidance-for-doctors/good-medical-practice CERTIFICATE OF LEARNINGA certificate for listening is available on PRISM https://protection.pub/3MAYhOq SPEAKERSOur host today was Dr Maiedha Razahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/maiedhahealthcare With special guest speaker Dr Najeeb Rahmanhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/najeeb-rahman-6634b42 For more information about Medical Protection please visit www.medicalprotection.org
Shift away from blame

Shift away from blame

2022-09-2514:51

How can we really learn from errors and near misses without shaming or blaming? This podcast will explore a learning and just culture, versus a blame culture, and what it means for us working in healthcare. FURTHER LEARNING If you’re a member of Medical Protection and want to learn more:Access our eLearning; Systems and culturehttps://protection.pub/3CE0qEz CERTIFICATE OF LEARNING A certificate for listening is available on PRISMhttps://protection.pub/3CZy4WO SPEAKERS Our host today was Dr Katie Granthttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kitty-grant-bb300367 Our guest speaker today was Dr Najeeb Rahmanhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/najeeb-rahman-6634b42 For more information about Medical Protection please visit www.medicalprotection.org
We know that in safety critical industries both individual and systems factors can have a major influence on safety and risk. In this podcast we hear from Guy Hirst, former British Airways pilot and training captain about how the aviation industry evolved to design training and workplaces taking human factors into account. - FURTHER LEARNING If you’re a member of Medical Protection and want to learn more:Rewatch our webinar; Understanding Human Factors to improve clinical performance and patient safety. https://protection.pub/3CE4y7z CERTIFICATE OF LEARNING A certificate for listening is available on PRISM https://protection.pub/3CZy4WO SPEAKERS Our host today was Dr Katie Grant https://www.linkedin.com/in/kitty-grant-bb300367 Our guest speaker today was Guy Hirst https://www.linkedin.com/in/guy-hirst-75514b11 For more information about Medical Protection please visit https://www.medicalprotection.org -
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What advice would you give your ‘newly appointed self’, if you could go back in time? Whatever your current healthcare role, and however long you’ve been qualified, this podcast is an interesting discussion with two of the authors of an article published online in 2020 with the above title https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33094467/ . A survey was undertaken asking healthcare professionals to write about the advice they wish they’d known, and you might be surprised to hear the findings! There is always learning in hearing what other people have learned themselves, and how this applies to you. Listen in to Dr Sarah Coope, a senior medical educator in the Risk Prevention team at Medical Protection, in conversation with Prof Peter Gillen and Prof Eva Doherty, both associate professors at RCSI
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).
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.
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sarah sokara

excellent podcast! thank you

Jun 20th
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