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Month: May 2019

The professional duty of candour: widening the lens

In a guest post for the Professional Standards Authority blog, Annie Sorbie, Lecturer in Medical Law and Ethics, and Zahra Jaffer, PhD candidate at the Mason Institute, discuss that momentum needs to be maintained on embedding the professional duty of candour in healthcare professionals, but we also need to widen the lens beyond individual interactions and direct attention to the wider context in which healthcare is provided.

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Protecting and promoting: Can regulatory stewardship lead the way in health research? A roundtable discussion at Edinburgh Law School – 29 March 2019

On 29th March 2019, a roundtable of research ethics committee (REC) members, research managers, regulators, patient advocates, and scholars was convened at Edinburgh Law School to discuss “regulatory stewardship”, a potentially novel regulatory model of health research oversight that could improve regulatory interactions among different stakeholders.

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