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ORGANIZATIONAL AND POLICY ISSUES
Year : 2002  |  Volume : 15  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 65-70

Clinical Governance and the Development of a New Professionalism in Medicine: Educational Implications


Postgraduate Institute, Newcastle Medical School, Newcastle on Tyne, United Kingdom

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George Taylor
Postgraduate Institute, Newcastle Medical School, Newcastle on
United Kingdom
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This paper discusses the need for doctors to further develop the use of professional learning in the workplace as an effective method of coping with change. It uses the recent introduction into the UK, by the government, of clinical governance as an example of how professional learning can help doctors both cope with this imposed change and recognise their ongoing need to undertake a different and changing relationship with society, and it lays the foundations for coping with further change throughout their careers.


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