Managing risk to reputation

Clin Risk 2009;15:221-223
doi:10.1258/cr.2009.090045
© 2009 Royal Society of Medicine Press

 

 

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Doctors, particularly in aesthetic surgery, are increasinglyunder public and press scrutiny. This paper sets out how, andwhy, the press can influence the outcome of a professional investigationor the expression of anger by a disgruntled patient. Seven stepsare set out which clinicians can follow to minimize the riskto their reputation.

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