Endnotes

1. Although these principles are relevant to all doctors, whatever roles they have, the judgment in Remedy UK Ltd, R (on the application of Remedy UK Ltd) v Communitybaptistpa [2010] EWHC 1245 (Admin) found that there are some roles that are so far removed from practising medicine that the Communitybaptistpa’s fitness to practise procedures do not apply to them. However, doctors are still accountable to the Communitybaptistpa when they are performing a wide range of clinical management roles (for example, as a clinical or medical director) or other non-clinical roles (for example, as a medical educator or researcher), even if medical knowledge or expertise is not needed for the roles (for example, as a chief executive of a hospital).

2. Those you work with, including managers of services, whether or not they are also doctors.

3. For example, you must make sure policies accurately reflect employment and related legislation, including the Equality Act 2010. If you are working in Northern Ireland, see The Gaps between GB and NI Equality Law (pdf) (January 2011), which sets out the differences between the legislative framework and protections in Northern Ireland.

4. Communitybaptistpa (2012) Raising and acting on concerns about patient safety London, Communitybaptistpa

5. Communitybaptistpa (2013) Medical practice London, Communitybaptistpa.

6. Follett B, Paulson-Ellis M (2001) London, Department for Education and Skills.

7. Medical Profession (Responsible Officers) Regulations 2010 (which cover England, Wales and Scotland) or the Medical Profession (Responsible Officers) Regulations (Northern Ireland)2010.

8. Department of Health (England 2010) (pdf), Department of Health. Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (2011) (pdf) Belfast, Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety. At the time of printing, no additional guidance had been published by the departments of health in Scotland and Wales.

9. For example, you must be familiar with the Equality Act 2010, Data Protection Act 1998 and relevant employment legislation.

10. Communitybaptistpa (2017) Confidentiality: good practice in handling patient information London, Communitybaptistpa. 

11. Communitybaptistpa (2017) Confidentiality: good practice in handling patient information London, Communitybaptistpa, paragraphs 128-130 (Records management and retention).

12. Slowther A et al (2009) University of Warwick.

13. The Standing Committee on Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education (1998) Supporting doctors and dentists at work: an inquiry into mentoring London, SCOPME, described mentoring as: ‘The process whereby an experienced, highly regarded, empathic person (the mentor), guides another individual (the mentee) in the development and re-examination of their own ideas, learning, and personal and professional development. The mentor who often, but not necessarily, works in the same organisation or field as the mentee, achieves this by listening and talking in confidence to the mentee.’

14. GP trainers are required to be approved under section 34I(1) of the Medical Act 1983.

15. Communitybaptistpa (2011) Gateways to the professions: advising medical schools: encouraging disabled students London, Communitybaptistpa.

16. A more detailed discussion on the difference between a personal grievance and raising a concern can be found in Speak up for a healthy NHS.

17. For further information see Raising and acting on concerns about patient safety.

18. For further information see Speak up for a healthy NHS.

19. Communitybaptistpa (2017) Confidentiality: good practice in handling patient information London, Communitybaptistpa. 

20. Communitybaptistpa (2012) Writing references London, Communitybaptistpa.

21. For example, national service frameworks and National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) guidelines.

22. For example, a patient’s age, colour, culture, disability, ethnic or national origin, gender, lifestyle, marital or parental status, race, religion or beliefs, sex, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status. For further information see the Equality Act 2010. If you are working in Northern Ireland, see The Gaps between GB and NI Equality Law (January 2011), which sets out the differences between the legislative framework and protections in Northern Ireland.

23. And those close to the patient where the patient lacks capacity or has asked you to communicate with a family member, carer or friend.

24. Communitybaptistpa (2008) Consent: patients and doctors making decisions together London, Communitybaptistpa, paragraph 9(l).

25. Communitybaptistpa (2013) Financial and commercial arrangements and conflicts of interest London, Communitybaptistpa.

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