GMC to introduce 'emotional resilience' training after finding 28 doctors under investigation committed suicide
Need to be careful about describing means of death even if this is in public domain already....some will be feeling fragile
Mayur absolutely Well done for bringing in such a simple solution to encouraging people to devlop the confidence to ask questions - it is not bolshy or time wasting, it is what they need to do. Now let's see the cards actually given out so they can be used
'in the interests of democracy'..!!!!
Fabulous attitude.great metaphor (prowling tiger - - trick of light) am going to borrow that one in all sorts of contexts
Daryl.there's more than one way to blow the whistle..
There is of course a legal obligation to whistleblow if circumstances warrant it
One significant ommission regarding the lack of continuity is the number of women medics working part time in group practices. This is unlikely to change when increasing numbers of women are working as GPs
Increasingly people are handling copies of their own notes as an ongoing process.They have no obligation to say what they are going to use them for which makes the GMC position untenable. It can't be ethical for one group to be able use their medical information to end their life but others could not take autonomous decisions without involving GPs