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Management supervision for senior registrars: an example from child psychiatry

  • Peter Reder (a1)
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Many trainees contemplating becoming a consultant admit that their greatest concern is how they will find their way through the NHS bureaucracy and politics and relate to managers and colleagues who them selves are embroiled in these webs. We have therefore made management a high profile component of senior registrars' training during their 16-months placement in the Centre. As well as attending formal courses run by the King's Fund or the Region, trainees are exposed to diverse management issues and we ensure that the weekly hour of consultant supervision includes discussion of managerial and clinical matters.

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Management supervision for senior registrars: an example from child psychiatry

  • Peter Reder (a1)
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