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8 April 2011
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Quality improvement

Quality improvement
By Toby Hillman, Alice Roueche
Published by BMJ Careers

This article in BMJ Careers calls for the role junior doctors play in driving forward change in the health service to be better understoon, appreciated and expanded. 

On the surface this has been dealt with through the compulsory involvement of junior doctors in clinical audit, as one of the pillars of clinical governance. As a meaningful educational and service improvement tool, however, this is failing to deliver. It needs to be either laid to rest as a mandatory requirement for career progression or invigorated with a new purpose and identity.

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