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classification 250
Ensure your membership classification reflects your practice
4 Jun 2022
Not covered for your healthcare practice? You risk not getting the assistance when you need it the most. Before making payment to renew your MIPS membership for 2022/2023, check your classification to ...
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dental implants MM Winter 2022
Do you undertake surgical placement of dental implants?
4 Jun 2022
If you are a dentist with general registration and undertake surgical placement of dental implants and are not indemnified by your employer for this practice, you require the ‘Dental implants extensio ...
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coroner insight 250
Coroner’s Insight and Regulatory and Litigation Briefing
4 Jun 2022
As a healthcare professional, you are required to interpret legal frameworks, use your technical training and professional judgement to assess and treat a myriad of medical conditions. Responding to c ...
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coherent consistent 250
Continuity of Care: Coherent, Connected and Consistent
4 Jun 2022
Continuity of care is one of the cornerstones of medical practice and the failure by clinicians to ensure continuity of care is a major factor in the occurrence of adverse incidents involving patients ...
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anza 250
MIPS sponsored Improving Diagnosis Conference
3 Jun 2022
MIPS’ focus on improving the education of our members and mitigating their exposure to adverse events in practice led us to attend and sponsor the 2022 Australian and New Zealand Affiliate of the Soci ...
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vic 250
Insight to the Courts: A Risk, Regulatory and Litigation Briefing
3 Jun 2022
Patient complaints, medico-legal litigation, AHPRA notifications, and investigations into healthcare practitioners' professional conduct and behaviour are accepted aspects of healthcare delivery. In r ...
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exams 250
Positive Thinking & Preparedness - A Guide for Exams
3 Jun 2022
High-stakes testing and long-term learning are commonplace in any healthcare practitioner’s educational journey. Exam results and performance benchmarks often serve as roadblocks to admission into dif ...
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retiring 250
Retiring or no longer practising in Australia
3 Jun 2022
When you cease practice in Australia, to ensure you are appropriately covered for any emerging claims from your prior practice in Australia, you are required to obtain run-off cover. The type and cost ...
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RURAL AND REMOTE 250
Going remote: The Highs and Lows of a Country Practice
2 Jun 2022
Compared with metropolitan clinicians, rural health professionals, particularly doctors, require a broader range of clinical and non-clinical skills to deliver care effectively. Often, doctors need to ...
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250 honing
Honing your diagnostic skills
2 Jun 2022
An estimated 140,000 cases of diagnostic error occur in Australia each year; 21,000 of those involve severe harm and contribute to between 2000 and 4000 deaths. In addition, almost one in two medico-n ...
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