Is GMC investigation an ‘occupational hazard’ that doctors should accept?

Doctors should expect to face a GMC investigation during their career as an ‘occupational hazard’ and build up resilience to deal with it, senior GMC executives have said.
Responding to MPs’ questioning in a House of Commons health committee hearing recently, the GMC’s new chair Professor …

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‘This research could be of huge clinical significance’

World Cancer Research Fund’s finding of a strong link between obesity and advanced prostate cancer could have big implications for primary care, Dr Jonathan Rees (GP) explains why.
Over 40 000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in the UK each year, and over 10 000 …

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Should doctors be sent to prison for clinical negligence?

In February 2010, consultant colorectal surgeon David Sellu operated on a patient with a perforated bowel, who subsequently died. The surgeon was found guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence and sentenced to two and a half years in prison. Although his management of the patient …

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