Guiding Doctors in Managing Their Careers: A Toolkit for Tutors, Trainers, Mentors and Appraisers

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2006 - Medical - 131 pages
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This book is a practical toolkit for every doctor, tutor and manager in hospitals, medical schools and primary care who gives formal or informal advice to students, juniors and colleagues. Guiding Doctors in Managing their Careers incorporates, in a practical way, all the key concepts in Modernising Medical Careers, the NHS Priorities, the NHS Knowledge and Skills Framework, and new variations in career pathways. It also distinguishes between career information, guidance and counselling and explains the required competencies for each.

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Ruth Chambers, M.D., has been practicing and teaching medicine for more than 20 years.

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