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can any give a nice example of a good team and your role as an effective and efficient team member?thanks.

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I'm sure you can come up with at least one.

Don't rely on others, the panel will smell the fiction.

Think about it

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I suspect fishing for interview answers will meet with scorn given the current climate on the forums.

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especially with the NHS fraud line busy looking at the various threads on not only this forum, but others as well! :lol:

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especially with the NHS fraud line busy looking at the various threads on not only this forum, but others as well! :lol:

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especially with the NHS fraud line busy looking at the various threads on not only this forum, but others as well! :lol:

Surely they should be directing their efforts to checking if our interviewers filled in the right forms for the candidates sitting in front of them...

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I'm sure you can come up with at least one.

Don't rely on others, the panel will smell the fiction.

Think about it

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This is what the person specs have to say

Managing Others & Team Involvement: Capacity to work cooperatively with others and

demonstrate leadership when appropriate. Capacity to work effectively in multi-professional

teams

A

Managing Others & Team Involvement: Capacity to work effectively in partnership with others and demonstrate leadership when appropriate.

B

Is excellent at supporting and motivating others, able to lead when appropriate Recognises contribution of others, usually able to compromise

C

Tends to take a ‘back seat’ rather than participating, reluctant to lead

D

Sticks rigidly to their own agenda, critical of others’ ideas

[ch65279]Positive Indicators • is alert to symptoms and signs suggesting conditions which might progress or de-stabilise rapidly • picks up subtle changes in clinical condition • is able to anticipate possible dangers/problems • demonstrates awareness of performance of team members and social dynamics within clinical situations

Negative Indicators • pays little attention to changes in clinical picture • fails to pick up on signs that indicate that original plans need to be revised • is unable to anticipate dangers / problems • lacks awareness of level of competence of team members and/or social dynamics within the clinical team

(thanks to the incompetence of the trent deanery and hence freely available via drs.net)

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As you can see....you have to know ins and outs the example you'll be giving.......there's no place for fiction

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This is what the person specs have to say

Managing Others & Team Involvement: Capacity to work cooperatively with others and

demonstrate leadership when appropriate. Capacity to work effectively in multi-professional

teams

A

Managing Others & Team Involvement: Capacity to work effectively in partnership with others and demonstrate leadership when appropriate.

B

Is excellent at supporting and motivating others, able to lead when appropriate Recognises contribution of others, usually able to compromise

C

Tends to take a ‘back seat’ rather than participating, reluctant to lead

D

Sticks rigidly to their own agenda, critical of others’ ideas

At ST2 or ST3 level how many of us will be A or B (in a clinical situation... not at home or in the pub)

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At ST2 or ST3 level how many of us will be A or B (in a clinical situation... not at home or in the pub)

Hopefully the majority of us... Why would people not be leading in a clinical situation?

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