Teaching old docs new tricks: how to better teach your junior staff by Grace Leo

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If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day – but if you teach a man to fish – you feed him for a lifetime”.

Grace speaks as a junior doctor in training about ways she believes we can be become educators to juniors and our peers. She shares some of her insights into and experience of receiving effective teaching to suggests practical ways we can integrate teaching into the every-moment at work.

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