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Author Shaw, Rory.

Title Management Essentials for Doctors
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (210 pages)
Series Cambridge medicine
Cambridge medicine (Series)
Contents Cover; Management Essentials for Doctors; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Section 1 Core knowledge; Advantages of audit; Choice of clinical audit; The re-invigoration of clinical audit; Reference and further reading; Chapter 2 Care bundles; Benefits of care bundles; Further reading; Chapter 3 Checklists; References and further reading; Chapter 4 Clinical dashboards; Stages of development of clinical dashboards; Benefits of using a clinical dashboard; Challenges of a clinical dashboard; Further reading; Chapter 5 Complaints procedure; The NHS Constitution
Current positionCareer history; Experience and achievements; Audit; Management/teaching experience; Publications; Outside interests; Referees; A final appraisal of your CV; Chapter 10 Medical interviews; Want the job; Job description; The internal candidate issue; Dress and behaviour; Pre-interview visits; Know your curriculum vitae; The panel; The interview; A presentation; Successful or unsuccessful; Chapter 11 Role of the consultant; Clinical excellence and expertise; Managerial skills and leadership; Leading change and innovation; Training the next generation; Further reading
Make every moment countFurther reading; Good clinical care; Maintaining good medical practice; Teaching and training, appraising and assessing; Relationships with patients; Working with colleagues; Probity; Health; Further reading; Chapter 8 Guidelines; Potential benefits of guidelines; Potential limitations of guidelines; Development of a clinical guideline; Useful sources of guidelines; Implementing guidelines; Appraisal of guidelines; Chapter 9 Preparation of a curriculum vitae; General points; Layout; Personal details; Undergraduate and postgraduate education/qualifications/prizes
Section 2 Core skillsFurther reading; Further reading; Further reading; Further reading; Further reading; Further reading; Further reading; Further reading; Reference and further reading; Further reading; References; Section 5 Money; Chapter 31 The budget; Section 6 NHS structure and organization; Further reading; Further reading; Further reading; Section 8 Safety and quality; Further reading; Further reading; Further reading; Further reading; Section 9 Staff issues; Further reading; Further reading; References
What do patients complain about?What outcomes do patients seek?; Procedure for managing complaints; Retaining complaints; Steps to a good complaint response; Dealing with serious complaints; Further reading; Chapter 6 European Working Time Directive; Key aspects; SiMAP and Jaegar judgments; Working practices that could deliver compliance with the WTD; Summary of the Temple report 'Time for training: a review of the impact of the EWTD on the quality of training'; Findings; Recommendations; Implement a consultant-delivered service; Service delivery must explicitly support training
Summary The only available compendium of management topics, written by practising doctors for doctors of all grades and all specialties
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Great Britain. National Health Service.
Medical offices -- Great Britain -- Management.
National health insurance -- Great Britain.
Practice Management, Medical -- organization & administration.
National Health Programs -- organization & administration.
United Kingdom.
Form Electronic book
Author Lucas, Nuala
Ramachandra, Vino
Robinson, Neville.
ISBN 0511762240 (electronic bk.)
9780511762246 (electronic bk.)