Junior doctors and management: myth and reality.


Uses an empirical investigation based on a survey of junior doctors in five NHS trust hospitals, to examine their attitudes towards both the general principle of clinical involvement in hospital management and the particular prospect of exercising such a role themselves. Finds that junior doctors, with few exceptions and irrespective of grade, were very… (More)


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@article{Newman1996JuniorDA, title={Junior doctors and management: myth and reality.}, author={Karin Newman and Ted Pyne and Audrey Cowling}, journal={Health manpower management}, year={1996}, volume={22 1}, pages={32-8} }