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The Midlands Charter, is a set of principles that hospitals in the midlands region of England have signed up to, to improve the health and wellbeing of trainees working in the area. It was created in a huge collaboration of trainees, NHS England, Health Education England and the GMC. Dan Smith is a junior doctor at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, and one of the authors of that charter. He joins us to explain how they're QI thinking to improve doctors wellbeing, and how other areas can follow their lead. Read the full charter: https://www.england.nhs.uk/midlands/information-for-professionals/nhs-midlands-charter/ To join the collaborative https://future.nhs.uk/MidlandsCharter/grouphome