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Doctor to doctor: getting on with colleagues

  • Antony Garelick and Leonard Fagin

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Doctor-to-doctor relationships are explored. The impact of the employing organisation on working relationships is considered and methods of analysing problems at the organisational and individual level are described. The application of psychodynamic and systems theory in deepening understanding is discussed, illustrated by vignettes from the work situation. The impact of changes in the work environment are considered and potential sources of support listed.

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BJPsych Advances
  • ISSN: 1355-5146
  • EISSN: 1472-1481
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  • Antony Garelick and Leonard Fagin
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