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Patient centred research and doctors burnout

BMJ talk medicine on November 29, 2013 17:30

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    Professor Sir John Oldham, from the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London, talks about reforming reform, and why he worries that research agendas are more influenced by career aspirations than patient care.

    Tom Kenny, director of external relations at the Evaluation, Trials, and Studies Coordinating Centre at the National Institute for Health Research, explains how the NIHR is trying to put patients at the centre of the research it funds.

    Finally doctors' health - Michael Peters from the BMA's Doctors for Doctors Unit, explains why life's everyday struggles are hard for doctors to cope with.

    See also:

    Reform reform: an essay by John Oldham

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