Sharing your views on MIGA

We recently sought member feedback via a survey and were overwhelmed by your response, both in terms of the valuable feedback and the number of members who gave their time to complete the survey..... Read more

Caution! Buck passing

Recent observations of the NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal provide helpful guidance on the requisite standard expected of a practitioner when referring to a specialist..... Read more

Email & SMS communication in medical practice

We have noticed a surge in queries from our clients about the use of SMS and email for patient communication, in particular recalls and reminders.

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Surviving the ‘Silly Season’

The festive season is meant to be a time of joy, but for many people it can be a time of stress, anxiety, disappointment or loneliness..... Read more

Back soon…

The Christmas and New Year period can be a major risk to patient safety when health professionals head off on well-deserved annual leave..... Read more

Are your colleagues appropriately insured?

Policy cover between insurers varies and you may need to consider what happens when a colleague either isn’t covered or has inadequate cover..... Read more

Student Elective Grants – recipients announced!

Life is full of choices, and a medical student’s decision to help a community in need is a momentous one. Discover the six inspiring recipients of MIGA's Elective Grants Program doing just that..... Read more

Chaperones – Concerning and unsettling, or necessary and appropriate?

Why would you want to use a chaperone in some patient consultations? Doesn’t that mean there is a deficiency of trust in the doctor-patient relationship?.... Read more

The joy of receiving this Christmas

‘Tis the season to be jolly and for gift giving. However, it is likely that you may also be offered gifts from your clients and their families at this time of year..... Read more

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