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Improving junior doctor induction to ensure consistent patient safety

Since a 2009 report identified an rise in death rates on the day new doctors start work, the duel issues of training and induction that affect both new and senior staff have come under close scrutiny. Anne Mawson and Lucy Reynolds explain how a University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Trust programme has moved to address them.

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