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G383(P) 8 high impact interventions: a regional survey of trainee experience
  1. D Aguirre1,
  2. S Steadman2,
  3. M O’Keeffe3,
  4. D Kenyon-Blair3,
  5. H Cooper4,
  6. R Negrine5,
  7. H Goodyear6,
  8. Paediatric Research Across the Midlands Network
  1. 1Neonates, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT, Birmingham, UK
  2. 2Community Paediatrics, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS FT, Birmingham, UK
  3. 3Community Paediatrics, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust, Coventry, UK
  4. 4General Paediatrics, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, Worcester, UK
  5. 5Neonates, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, Wolverhampton, UK
  6. 6General Paediatrics, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT, Birmingham, UK


Aims To explore local trainees’ experience, identify emerging themes, good practice examples and make key regional recommendations.

Method A voluntary questionnaire was designed based on the ‘8 High Impact Actions to Improve the Working Environment for Junior Doctors’ document by NHS Improvement. This was circulated on paper at trainees’ regional teaching days and online via Survey Monkey from December 2018-March 2019.

Results 143/306 (47%) trainees responded.

Abstract G383(P) Table 1

Conclusions Our survey demonstrated local good practice examples. Implementation of our recommendations with School Board Support will improve junior doctors’ working conditions as outlined by NHS improvement.

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