Latest Canadian Medical Protective Association Stories
The average physician can expect to spend nearly 11 per cent of his or her career with a malpractice claim waiting to be resolved.
Surgeons, who usually subscribe to the philosophy of “never events,”—certain medical mistakes that should never occur—often make mistakes in the operating room that may or may not be dangerous to their patients.
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