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Professional Practice for Foundation Doctors [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780857252845Series: Becoming Tomorrow's Doctors SeriesPublication details: London : SAGE Publications, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9780857252869
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Professional Practice for Foundation DoctorsDDC classification:
  • 610.695
LOC classification:
  • R728 .P76 2011
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover; Foreword from the Series Editors; About the Authors; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Generic Aspects of Professional Practice for Foundation Stage and Specialty Doctors; part 1 Your Professional Development; chapter 1 An Overview of the Foundation Programme; chapter 2 Developing Effective Approaches to Learning During Foundation Training; chapter 3 Understanding Yourself; chapter 4 Planning Your Career Development; part 2 Putting the Patient First and Improving Services; chapter 5 Clinical Governance and Quality Improvement; chapter 6Patient Safety
chapter 16 Research Skillspart 6 Working Effectively as a Professional; chapter 17 Managing Your Time and Workload; chapter 18 Self-management; chapter 19 Becoming a Medical Professional:Change, Lifelong Learning and Professional Development; References; Index
chapter 7 Relationship Building with Patients and Carerschapter 8 Breaking Bad News and Handling Emotion; chapter 9 Promoting Health and the Social Context of Healthcare; part 3 Management, Legal and Ethical Frameworks; chapter 10 Health Management Systems; chapter 11 Principles of Medical Ethics and Confi dentiality; chapter 12 The Legal Framework of Medical Practice; part 4 Working Collaboratively; chapter 13 Collaboration and Interprofessional Working; chapter 14 Leadership and Management Skills; part 5 Teaching and Research Skills; chapter 15 Learning and Teaching
Summary: This book is designed to support trainee doctors during the Foundation Stage of postgraduate training, including preparation and application for Specialty Training posts, and covers the generic (non-clinical) aspects of postgraduate education, training and professional development. It shows trainees how the 'generic skills' fit into professional practice and development and how the knowledge base provided by the book underpins professional practice. The book will assist the development of the knowledge, skills and competences required for good medical practice and uses case s
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Cover; Foreword from the Series Editors; About the Authors; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Generic Aspects of Professional Practice for Foundation Stage and Specialty Doctors; part 1 Your Professional Development; chapter 1 An Overview of the Foundation Programme; chapter 2 Developing Effective Approaches to Learning During Foundation Training; chapter 3 Understanding Yourself; chapter 4 Planning Your Career Development; part 2 Putting the Patient First and Improving Services; chapter 5 Clinical Governance and Quality Improvement; chapter 6Patient Safety

chapter 16 Research Skillspart 6 Working Effectively as a Professional; chapter 17 Managing Your Time and Workload; chapter 18 Self-management; chapter 19 Becoming a Medical Professional:Change, Lifelong Learning and Professional Development; References; Index

chapter 7 Relationship Building with Patients and Carerschapter 8 Breaking Bad News and Handling Emotion; chapter 9 Promoting Health and the Social Context of Healthcare; part 3 Management, Legal and Ethical Frameworks; chapter 10 Health Management Systems; chapter 11 Principles of Medical Ethics and Confi dentiality; chapter 12 The Legal Framework of Medical Practice; part 4 Working Collaboratively; chapter 13 Collaboration and Interprofessional Working; chapter 14 Leadership and Management Skills; part 5 Teaching and Research Skills; chapter 15 Learning and Teaching

This book is designed to support trainee doctors during the Foundation Stage of postgraduate training, including preparation and application for Specialty Training posts, and covers the generic (non-clinical) aspects of postgraduate education, training and professional development. It shows trainees how the 'generic skills' fit into professional practice and development and how the knowledge base provided by the book underpins professional practice. The book will assist the development of the knowledge, skills and competences required for good medical practice and uses case s