Members of the MDU enjoy a wide range of benefits to help them deal with the demands of clinical practice.
As well as access to professional indemnity, 24-hour medico-legal advice, help dealing with press enquiries, offering support with enquiries and investigations and more, we also give members the opportunity to expand their skills and knowledge throughout their career.
If you've not seen what's on offer from the MDU, head over to our website to browse the full range of learn and development resources, with CPD courses, free seminars, e-learning and more. We offer:
With content designed for foundation doctors, consultants and everyone in between, we're here to support you and help you grow regardless of where you are on your professional journey. We hold seminars in hospitals and GROUPCARE GP practices on topics such as communication skills, record keeping and complaint handling and more.
Courses and dates are added throughout the year. See the website for what's on offer at the moment and to keep an eye out for new dates as they're announced. And if you've got any questions you can always contact us to find out more.
This article was correct at publication on 11/12/2018. It is intended as general guidance for members only. If you are a member and need specific advice relating to your own circumstances, please contact one of our advisers.
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