Junior Doctor Leadership Group
The Junior Doctors Leadership Group is a programme led by the Deputy Director of Medical Education and seeks to enhance your personal development and self-awareness, whilst contributing to Guy’s and St Thomas’ as an organisation.
This is your chance to feel part of our organisation, help represent junior doctors views to senior management teams and to influence the care that you deliver.
You will be required to attend 7 development days which are set out over the year, starting in November.
Applications for 2018/2019 are now open.
Aspects of the Programme include:
- A 2-day ‘Immersion Workshop’ – to include:
- Power Lab simulation (Without system sight, we tend to see outcomes as the result of individual effort (praise or blame). This simulation allows one to see the contribution the dynamic flow of power.
- MBTI assessment.
- 5 development days throughout the year (see below) – to include co-production, resilience and the NHS landscape. · Commitment to delivery of a quality/safety improvement project within the Trust.
- 1 day Reflective piece at the end of the programme.
What are the programme dates?
You will be required to attend all 7 development days which are set out over the year.
- A 2-day team building and development start up course on the
- Monday 12th November 2018
- Monday 19th November 2018
- Resilience: Thursday 13th or Tuesday 18th December 2018,
- Thursday 24th January 2019
- Friday 22nd March 2019
- Friday 10th May 2019
- Friday 5th July 2019
How do I apply?
There are limited places available.
If you are interested please fill out the application form & submit to email@example.com
Apply now: Application Form
Deadline for application are: Tuesday 11th September 2018
For further information please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“A strong sense of organisational values, embedded throughout the organisation, can provide the foundations for clinical workers engagement; With trusts coming under growing pressure, engaging all healthcare workers in decision-making and innovation will become increasingly important. Even with good clinical practice we can always look at how we can do things better.”
Chief Medical Officer