Perspectives on medical engagement

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Our interviews showcase the work of a number of organisations in England that have created cultures in which doctors are engaged in the management, leadership and improvement of services.

The interviews capture different perspectives on the opportunities and challenges of medical engagement, and offer advice for other medical leaders wanting to engage across their organisations.

University London College Hospitals

Gill Gaskin, Medical Director at University College London Hospitals, gives her advice to other medical leaders who are seeking to engage their medical workforce.

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Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

David Evans, Medical Director at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, explains how clinicians can benefit from being involved in an engaged process, by being able to take control and improve the services they provide to patients.

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5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Sandeep Ranote, Associate Medical Director, shares some of the key steps that were involved in developing medical engagement at 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

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University College London Hospitals

Jonathan Fielden, Medical Director at University College London Hospitals, gives his advice to medical leaders wanting to engage across their organisations.

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NHS Tayside

Sam Majumdar, Consultant Surgeon, explains how medical engagement has been developed at NHS Tayside through the creation of a network to support clinical groups.

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