Sorry, I’m Not Sorry
Dr. Krishna Kumar Hari Krishnan, President of the Malaysian Medical Association
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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