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Undergraduate Guidance for Medical Education

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Integrating the MLCF

The guidance in this document is based on the Medical Leadership Competency Framework, which is part of a wider project commissioned by the Department of Health and conducted jointly by the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges to enhance engagement in medical leadership. The framework is holistic being seen as a cumulative process of acquisition for doctors across their entire training and development, incorporating undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing practice.

Medical Chief Executives in NHS: Facilitators and Barriers to their Career Progress

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This report presents the results of a study of doctors who have become chief executives of primary care trusts, NHS trusts (including Foundation Trusts) and strategic health authorities in England.
The study was commissioned by the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the Academy, from the Universities of Birmingham and Warwick with the aim of learning about the career paths taken by medical chief executives. The NHS Institute and the Academy wanted to understand the facilitators and barriers facing doctors in becoming chief executives in the NHS in order to inform ways in which this transition might be supported. The work summarised in this report helps to explain why there are few medical chief executives at present and outlines what can be done to encourage more doctors to take on leadership roles in future.

Do You Know Who is Treating You? A Patients Guide to Doctors in Training

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Patients tell us that they want to know who is treating them but they are unsure of how doctors are trained, what qualifications they have and what their job titles mean.
This guide sets out what patients and the public need to know about doctors in training.
It was developed by PMETB (merged with the GMC in April 2010) and the Academy (and its Patient Liaison Group)