BMA defines ‘core principles’ of training for doctors

Commissioners and employers have been urged to adopt a series of key principles designed to future-proof doctors’ training.
Pre and post-qualification training and development of doctors, published today by the BMA, follows on from the recommendations set out in the Shape of Training review.  Proposals include ensuring training better reflects the needs of patients, allowing for continuous learning, and improving flexibility to accommodate the needs of doctors.  MA representative body chair Ian Wilson, who led the association’s work examining training, said that training and education needed to adapt to meet the
new and growing challenges facing the health sector.

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Read the full report here:    Training_and_development_of_doctors


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