The doctors in training committee: a mechanism for change?
journal contributionposted on 27.03.2019, 12:59 by JS Minhas, S Bains, A Hughes, J Kirtley, S Carr
Medical engagement is increasingly important in ensuring that organizations deliver safe and effective patient care. The recent wave of encouragement for junior doctors to become 'change agents' is fundamental to embedding this culture. However, the mechanisms by which junior doctors engage in complex health-care systems are not well developed. The authors describe the process of setting up a doctors in training committee and its role in a large NHS trust as a way of improving junior doctor engagement.