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1 August 2010
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Medical leadership: why it’s important, what is required, and how we develop it

By Warren, O.J. and Carnall, R.
Published by Postgraduate Medical Journal, Vol. 87, pp27-32

This article published in BMJ details that good medical leadership is vital in delivering high-quality healthcare, and yet medical career progression has traditionally seen leadership lack credence in comparison with technical and academic ability.

It goes further by saying that individual standards have varied, leading to variations in the quality of medical leadership between different organisations and, on occasions, catastrophic lapses in the standard of care provided to patients.

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