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What does 'Informed Consent' entail? Our expert panel provide insight into how doctors can properly obtain 'Informed Consent'?
Trailer | When a patient has other doctors: thr...
Professor Anne Duggan explains the importance of having a connected health care system.
When a patient has other doctors: three things ...
Practical steps to ensure continuity of care for your patients, leading to safer outcomes.
Trailer for the podcast | Burnout: are you at r...
Dr Peter Baldwin from The Black Dog Institute talks about some of the issues doctors have been facing during the pandemic.
Burnout: are you at risk — and what you can do ...
Helping doctors find the support they need to manage burnout and maintain good mental health.
Who's who in NSW health regulation?
In this episode, we explain the role of each health regulator in protecting the public and ensuring health professionals practice safely and how regulation works in NSW. We bust some myths on mandatory notification and also provide tips on what practitioners/students should do if they are the subject of a complaint. Features host Dr Martine Walker and special guests, Dr John Sammut, President, NSW Medical Council, Tony Kofkin, Complaint Operations, Healthcare Complaints Commission (HCCC) and Kym Ayscough, Executive Director, Regulatory Operations, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra).
Medical records: are you doing the right thing ...
Part 2 - Prescribing Opioids & Drugs of Addicti...
Part 1 - Prescribing Opioids and Drugs of Addic...