Non-Institutional Independent Tumor Boards Beneficial Impact on Post-Graduate Medical Training

Authors

  • Ahmed Nadeem Abbasi Department of Oncology, The Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Sohail Rasool International Coordinator, Faisalabad City Tumor Board, General Practitioner, Portlaoise, Republic of Ireland.
  • Muhammad Tahir Bashir Department of Medical Oncology, Faisalabad Medical University, Faisalabad, Pakistan.

Keywords:

Tumor board, Multidisciplinary approach, Education, Postgraduate training, Team building, Quality healthcare

Abstract

The doctors who are going through our postgraduate residency training programs are tomorrow's specialists who will be
playing pivotal roles as healthcare policy decision-makers. To establish site-specific multidisciplinary tumor boards, we
have to rely on our present-day resident’s leadership skills. We intend to provide meaningful specific patient-centered
goals to our postgraduate students who are our future specialist healthcare providers. We are witnessing a slow positive
change towards shared care and the implementation of multidisciplinary culture. This is high time to develop modules
with a specific learning objective of providing high-quality leadership skills to all our postgraduate trainees. Effective and
efficient team-building skills will enable them to initiate and maintain multidisciplinary professional processes complying
with international standards [1].

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Published

2021-11-08

How to Cite

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Abbasi AN, Rasool S, Bashir MT. Non-Institutional Independent Tumor Boards Beneficial Impact on Post-Graduate Medical Training. Nat J Health Sci [Internet]. 2021Nov.8 [cited 2022Jan.26];6(1):3-6. Available from: https://ojs.njhsciences.com/index.php/njhs/article/view/192

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