May 2008
People Management;5/15/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p7
The article addresses the failure of the British Department of Health (DH) to introduce a new training system for junior doctors in 2007. According to a report by Members of the Parliament (MP), totally inadequate leadership at the DH led to the chaos caused by the introduction of a new training system for junior doctors. In a Health Select Committee report, the DH is also criticised for poor planning, bad co-ordination with the Home Office over immigration controls and ignoring early warning signs.


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