Maintaining the future workforce: career decision making in Scottish anaesthesia trainees

J. Moore, A. McDiarmid, P. Johnston, J. Cleland

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Abstract

Anaesthesia, while still popular for core training, is facing difficulties with retention at higher levels of training with adverse impacts on workload demands, time available for educational opportunities and training, and serious consequences for service delivery. UK recruitment is currently 100% for core training
but falls to 89% at ST3 level. In Scotland, recruitment at ST3 was only 60% in 2013/14 [1]. This suggests influences during core training relevant to future recruitment. In order to attract and retain trainees, it is essential to identify those factors which attract trainees to anaesthesia and those within training posts which may influence retention.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)85
Number of pages1
JournalAnaesthesia
Volume70
Issue numberSupplement S3
Early online date14 Jun 2015
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2015
EventAAGBI GAT Annual Scientific Meeting 2015 - University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Duration: 17 Jun 201519 Jun 2015

Keywords

  • Scottish anaesthesia trainees
  • workforce

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Maintaining the future workforce : career decision making in Scottish anaesthesia trainees. / Moore, J.; McDiarmid, A.; Johnston, P.; Cleland, J.

In: Anaesthesia, Vol. 70, No. Supplement S3, 06.2015, p. 85.

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Moore, J. ; McDiarmid, A. ; Johnston, P. ; Cleland, J. / Maintaining the future workforce : career decision making in Scottish anaesthesia trainees. In: Anaesthesia. 2015 ; Vol. 70, No. Supplement S3. pp. 85.
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