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  1. Becoming a Member FAQs

    For new members, our frequently asked questions to support you are below. Membership Get a quote or apply for membership Request a Membership Quote or  Apply for Membership . Applications take 3-10 business days . If you require c...
  2. Existing Member FAQs

    For current members, our frequently asked questions to support you are below. Membership How to log in to My Membership online services  My Membership online services  allows you to update your practice and contact details, o...
  3. Artificial Intelligence transcription software

    This article addresses questions from members about the medico-legal risks of using AI transcription software. Learn more
  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. Webinar in Pre-Work Essentials

    Prepare for MIPS webinars with essential pre-work on open disclosure and duty of candour. Enhance your understanding for better patient care. Start now!
  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

    “Hello, Doctor? I’m calling from Generic Lawyers and I’m sorry to say you’re listed as a defendant in a medical negligence claim.” Learn more
  8. Membership FAQs

    Find answers to your MIPS membership questions. Essential information for making the most of your MIPS benefits. Stay informed and supported today!
  9. Is Age an Issue with Older Doctors?

    Learn the Ahpra guidelines on maintaining professional conduct with mature practitioners and advancing age. Essential reading found here.
  10. 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...
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