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Professionalism project learning groups

In early 2010 the London Deanery set up learning groups in five London NHS trusts to foster and promote an understanding of professionalism in the work place. Each group included around twelve doctors from a range of specialities including foundation year doctors, speciality registrars and SAS grades. Each group met with a trained facilitator once a month for six months. The group sessions gave members an opportunity to bring accounts of incidents and cases from their daily work, and to use these to consider professionalism in all its aspects. At the end of the project participants received a London Deanery certificate as ‘Advocates for Professionalism’.

Copies of the report can be downloaded from the following links:

Summary report

Full report