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Management training – practical aspects

  • G. J. R. Richardson (a1)
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This article addresses Jadresic's quandary (1992) on management training. Learning about management requires the same process as learning about medicine; it is not just another topic or qualification to add to a CV. Doctors need to incorporate management skills into their everyday working lives to ensure the effective delivery of care to their patients. All trainees manage. They organise duty rotas by negotiating with colleagues, they prioritise their clinical workload etc., so they have a sound management base.

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Berwick, D. M., Enthoven, A. & Bunker, J. P. (1992) Quality Management in the NHS: the doctor's role. British Medical Journal, 304, 235239 & 304–308.
Bhugra, D. & Burns, A., (eds) (1992) Management Training for Psychiatrists. London: Gaskell (The Royal College of Psychiatrists).
Jadresic, D. (1992) Management training – what do we need? Psychiatric Bulletin, 16, 8687
O'Hara, P. (1991) My Weekly Metamorphosis: Six Months Experience in Management. Presentation to the North East Division of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 7 June 1991.
Peters, T. (1989) Thriving on Chaos. London: Pan Books.
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BJPsych Bulletin
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