Coroners' investigations will likely play a part of most doctors' professional careers, but attending an inquest or even providing a report to the coroner can still prove daunting.
Our free webinar delves into the details of coroners' investigations, with particular reference to deaths involving patients in long term opioid medication.
Hosted by medico-legal adviser Jerard Ross, with guest speaker Dr Alia Medniuk, consultant in anaesthesia and pain medicine, the session covers:
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Assessing capacity is part and parcel of being a doctor. A patient's ability to make a decision about treatment is central to the interaction between doctor and patient, and affects the care you provide.
Hosted by the MDU's medico-legal advisers, this webinar covers what steps to take when assessing a patient's capacity to make a decision about their treatment, along with other key areas: