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A postal questionnaire survey was conducted in 1993 to determine the job satisfaction and current state of health of British-trained pre-registration house officers (PRHOs) working in the West Midlands Regional Health Authority. The questionnaire included parts of the Occupational Stress Indicator looking at job satisfaction, and mental and physical… (More)
Although day surgery (DS) has been performed for many years, it has only relatively recently become a popular and acceptable method of treating many common surgical conditions. With considerable pressure to maximise resource usage DS has been seized upon as a way of stretching scarce resources further. A review of the amount of DS undertaken within the West… (More)
Although recognised as a good thing, day surgery still has barriers to overcome if it is to become a first-rate service, argue Caron Grainger and Rod Griffiths.
Most newly appointed consultants have had no training in management. Consultants who have been in post for several years may need extra management development to become clinical directors, medical directors or chief executives. A training scheme initiated in the West Midlands appears to have been well received and is being extended.