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BMJ. Jun 11, 1994; 308(6943): 1553–1555.
PMCID: PMC2540511
Making the new deal for junior doctors happen.
J. K. Moore, W. D. Neithercut, A. S. Mellors, D. Manning, C. A. Makin, H. Jones, R. J. Alman, and M. al-Bachari
Wirral Hospital NHS Trust, Wirral, Merseyside.
How can the new deal for juniors be implemented in today's overstretched health service? How do you get clinicians and management to work together? On the Wirral falling house officer morale and recruitment stimulated a new approach, action learning, which proved to be highly successful. Action learning is not a new approach in management terms, but it is rarely used in the health service. Guided by an experienced facilitator, a group of people learn management skills by exploring and resolving practical problems relevant to them. A group of general practitioners and consultants used action learning to teach themselves more about management and at the same time to make changes which addressed many of the junior doctors' difficulties and solved the hospital recruiting problem.
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