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  1. Working as an independent medical expert: your roles, responsibilities, and liabilities Q&A

    Disclaimer   The materials provided are for educational purposes only.  Whilst all reasonable care has been taken in preparing these materials, including the accuracy of the information supplied, MIPS does not ...
  2. ► Working as an independent medical expert: your roles, responsibilities, and liabilities

    Independent medical experts (IMEs) are medical professionals who are contracted by third parties (often lawyers, insurers or courts/tribunals/regulators) to conduct unbiased independent assessments on a range of matters relevant to legal proceed...
  3. Member Handbook 2024-25

    MIPS Member Handbook Combined Product Disclosure Statement and Financial Services Guide 1 July 2024 | Indemnity Insurance Policy | Membership Classification Guide Product Disclosure Statement Welcome to...
  4. Welcome Dr Bronwyn King AO

    MIPS is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Bronwyn King  AO,  to the role of Deputy Chair of the MIPS Board, effective 1  April 2024.    Bronwyn studied medicine at the University of Melbourne and&nb...
  5. Artificial Intelligence transcription software

    Author: Dr. Owen Bradfield M IPS has received  a number of   enquiries   from members  about the medico - legal risks of using AI transcription software .  This article  addresses these questions. &n...
  6. Working as an independent medical expert: your roles, responsibilities, and liabilities: Pre-webinar Educational Activity

    This Educational Activity (EA) CPD task consists of Part A (Critical Reading section) and B (Critical Appraisal): Part A – Critical reading section From the standpoint of evidence-based medicine, critical reading is an instructional tool...
  7. Putting claims and complaints into perspective - a lived experience narrative

    My mobile phone rang one morning.    “Hello, Doctor?  I’m  calling from Generic Lawyers and  I’m  sorry to say  you’re  listed as a defendant in a...
  8. Practitioner health and mandatory notifications

    Author: Dr. Owen Bradfield What is mandatory reporting?   Mandatory reporting refers to the  legal  obligation  of   a  registered health practitioner ,  employer,  or education pro...
  9. Post-webinar activity: Reflecting on your duty of care and the underpinning, legal, ethical and regulatory principles

    1-hour Reviewing Performance Activity Part A - Reading Section Doctors are legally obliged to provide their patients with care and treatment that reaches a reasonable standard of care and one which would be seen to be competent and profess...
  10. ► Fostering Team Leadership

    We invite you to join us for the second instalment of the MIPS Career Leadership Series, Fostering Team Leadership . Whether you have no prior experience in leading others or are looking to learn how to maximize the performance of your team, this w...
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