Resources

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Medical Leadership Competency Framework

The Medical Leadership Competency Framework (MLCF) was jointly developed by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement in conjunction with a wide range of stakeholders.

The MLCF describes the leadership competences that doctors need to become more actively involved in the planning, delivery and transformation of health services.

NW SuppoRTT Guidance

The purpose of the Supported Return to Training (SuppoRTT) Guidance is to enhance the experience of doctors returning to clinical practice, enabling them to regain their confidence and previously required skills quickly and safely, significantly benefiting patient safety and quality of care.

Professional Standards for medical, dental and veterinary educators

The Academy of Medical Educators recognises that medical education is distinct from teaching in higher education in general because of the central place that patient care occupies not only in teaching and learning but also in assessment and feedback, and in quality assurance.

They set out to become the Standard setting body for medical educators in the UK. In 2009, they achieved this aim with the publication of the Professional Standards that define the level of competence that medical educators should achieve at each point in their careers.