Last quote by Pallavi Bradshaw
It is encouraging to see more people getting involved in sporting activities and challenges, and raising money for charities. While GPs will not want to dampen that enthusiasm they should remain objective when asked to sign fitness to participate forms. They must be confident that they have sufficient knowledge about the patient and the nature of the event before deciding whether they can assist.feedback
We found 2 articles in which Pallavi Bradshaw said something. The most recent Pallavi Bradshaw’s quote is: “General Medical Council guidance requires a doctor to do their best to ensure reports they write are not misleading, and says they should not undertake assessments beyond their area of clinical competence.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Pallavi Bradshaw 4 times. On this page, you will find all of Pallavi Bradshaw’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Quotes by Pallavi Bradshaw
Apr 19 2017
General Medical Council guidance requires a doctor to do their best to ensure reports they write are not misleading, and says they should not undertake assessments beyond their area of clinical competence.feedback
Mar 31 2017
We look forward to seeing further commitment to stemming legal costs in the coming months as Government decides on the threshold for its fixed recoverable costs scheme, aimed at stopping lawyers charging excessive legal fees.feedback
Mar 31 2017
This is a positive step - the NHS paid out £1.5 billion in clinical negligence costs in 2015/16, with legal costs accounting for 34 per cent of that bill. In lower value claims it is not unusual to see lawyers' costs exceed the compensation awarded to claimants. It is right that steps are taken to control these costs, and a recent MPS survey showed the public agrees, with 70 per cent saying it is inappropriate for law firms to advertise for clinical negligence cases in health care settings.feedback
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