Discovering what is essential for help-seeking practice in the hospital training environment: exploring the experiences of junior doctors' help-seeking and senior nurses and doctors' supporting junior doctors' help-seeking
Junior doctors’ help-seeking is an important day-to-day occurrence in the hospital training environment, commonly described to involve a simple escalation of the problem to a more senior clinician. This research challenges this assumption by exploring what is essential to junior doctors’ help-seeking and supporting of junior help-seeking, thereby advancing knowledge in this area by viewing these lived experiences as interconnected within the hospital training...[Show more]
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