Sorry, I’m Not Sorry
Dr. Krishna Kumar Hari Krishnan, President of the Malaysian Medical Association
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Recently in the United Kingdom, the General Medical Council has suggested that doctors be forced to say sorry to their patients and relatives when they make a mistake. This is supposed to increase patient confidence in their doctors. Will this work, and what impact will it have from a legal point of view? We find out with Dr. Krishna Kumar Hari Krishnan, President of the Malaysian Medical Association.
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Tags: medical ethics, legal