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  1. 7.2% increase in notifications against practitioners - AHPRA Annual Report 2019-20

    There was a 7.2% increase in the number of notifications made against medical practitioners in the last year (5,745 vs 5,359) and a 4.7% increase in notifications for dental practitioners.   The most common types of notifications are complaint...
  2. 🗒 Ethical negotiation of consent: Supporting decision-making in everyday practice

    As a healthcare practitioner, you may think of your role as one in which your main accountabilities are to assess an individual’s health and to deliver appropriate care interventions. However, after landmark clinico-legal disputes in Austra...
  3. ✔ COVID-19 resources

    If you are unsure how to handle a matter concerning COVID-19, you can contact MIPS for clinico-legal advice and support on 1800 061 113. See how MIPS is assisting members during COVID-19 . Government, AHPRA and industry updates COVID-19 vaccine...
  4. Why should I insure my clinic?

    Although your individual MIPS membership includes indemnity insurance that can respond to your direct treatment of a patient, and supervision of others, here's why you also need to cover your practice
  5. Navigating the ‘fitness to drive’ assessment

    Guide for healthcare practitioners to assess an older patient’s fitness to drive with a brief outline of differing laws in each state.
  6. 22% of all cyber security breaches within healthcare

    How to respond to cyber-attacks according to standards of best practice.
  7. 🗒 What to expect when you're 'interning'

    Sleep, exercise, laugh, stretch, have sex, have vegetables, call your parents, remember to vote.
  8. Premium Support Scheme (medical practitioners only)

    The Premium Support Scheme (PSS) is an Australian Government initiative that helps eligible medical practitioners with their medical indemnity costs.
  9. Pricing fees and payments

    Information on membership fees and payment options
  10. 🗒 Internship - how to survive

    Soft skills you learn in your intern year will be absolutely critical to your future success as a doctor; unlike your knowledge of the Krebs cycle.
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