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dc.contributor.authorKrishnan, Deepa B.
dc.date.accessioned2023-03-02T12:02:12Z
dc.date.available2023-03-02T12:02:12Z
dc.date.issued2022
dc.identifier.citationSantos, M., Samouco, A., Azvee, Z., Krishnan, D., Zaja, N., Pedro, J., Maitra, R., Laszlo, A., Fellinger, M., Halbreich, U., et al. (2022). Leadership skills training in psychiatry: A Europeanbased cross-sectional survey. In: Fiorillo, A. & Frangou, S., (Eds.) 30th European Congress of Psychiatry, 01/09/2022 2022 Virtual. Cambridge European Psychiatry, p.S89.en_US
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12904/16238
dc.description.abstractIntroduction: Leadership in healthcare organisations is crucial to continually improve and provide high quality compassionate care. Leadership development and training enables the psychiatrists in developing these essential skills. Focusing on how to enhance leadership development through leadership skills training and experiential learning should be a priority. However, little is known about the extent to which this leadership skills training is available across Europe in the early stage of the career of psychiatrists. Objective(s): To investigate the access to leadership development opportunities among European psychiatric trainees and early career psychiatrists (ECPs) and their perceptions related to leadership skills training. Method(s): Cross-sectional study, using an online survey consisting of multiple-choice questions and free text responses. Result(s): Participants from 33 European countries took part in this survey, where the majority were female. More than half were general adult psychiatric trainees and more than a quarter ECPs. About half indicated having no access to leadership skills training within their training program, with only about 10% being satisfied with the training received. About half sought additional training outside their program. A vast majority requested training in leadership skills to be included in a psychiatric training program. Conclusion(s): Our study provides an overview of important gaps in availability and access to leadership skills training amongst psychiatric trainees and ECPs across Europe. We hope that this study will help inform future actions pertaining to development and improvement of leadership skills training for trainees and ECPs across Europe.
dc.language.isoenen_US
dc.subjectLeadershipen_US
dc.subjectStaff developmenten_US
dc.titleLeadership skills training in psychiatry: A Europeanbased cross-sectional surveyen_US
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refterms.dateFirstOnline2022-09-01
html.description.abstractIntroduction: Leadership in healthcare organisations is crucial to continually improve and provide high quality compassionate care. Leadership development and training enables the psychiatrists in developing these essential skills. Focusing on how to enhance leadership development through leadership skills training and experiential learning should be a priority. However, little is known about the extent to which this leadership skills training is available across Europe in the early stage of the career of psychiatrists. <br/>Objective(s): To investigate the access to leadership development opportunities among European psychiatric trainees and early career psychiatrists (ECPs) and their perceptions related to leadership skills training. <br/>Method(s): Cross-sectional study, using an online survey consisting of multiple-choice questions and free text responses. <br/>Result(s): Participants from 33 European countries took part in this survey, where the majority were female. More than half were general adult psychiatric trainees and more than a quarter ECPs. About half indicated having no access to leadership skills training within their training program, with only about 10% being satisfied with the training received. About half sought additional training outside their program. A vast majority requested training in leadership skills to be included in a psychiatric training program. <br/>Conclusion(s): Our study provides an overview of important gaps in availability and access to leadership skills training amongst psychiatric trainees and ECPs across Europe. We hope that this study will help inform future actions pertaining to development and improvement of leadership skills training for trainees and ECPs across Europe.en_US
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