Posts Tagged ‘Morale’

GMC fears “state of unease” among doctors and promises “light touch” approach

The NHS is struggling to cope with demand and its putting doctors under intense pressure. This is the conclusion of the GMC’s annual report on The sta...

Today’s NHS problems have their roots in the target-driven culture

When I was a medical student at The London in the late 60’s/70’s a regular lunch time event was the post mortem demonstration in the pathology departme...

Doctors’ morale is tumbling finds new research

The reorganisation of the NHS, an increasingly heavy and complex workload, and the financial ramifications of the government’s changes to pensions have c...

The secret to a happy, motivated NHS workforce…

“It’s Friday, it’s five-to-five, and it’s Crackerjack!” is something that I remember from my childhood. As an anaesthetist on call this became: ...

DoH recommends “no pay rise” for consultants

The Department of Health has called on consultants to “show leadership” over pay restraint, recommending that they should not receive a pay rise in 20...