Posts Tagged ‘Trainees’

Two thirds of anaesthetic trainees say work pressures are damaging their health

Almost two out of three trainee anaesthetists say their physical or mental health is being damaged because of NHS pressures. Many are sobusy that they ...

Junior Doctor Contract: “More government concessions needed to head off strike ballot”

Junior doctors are calling for more concessions from the government over their proposed new contract following the health secretary’s moves to head off i...

Junior doctors in England vote to ballot for industrial action over imposed contracts

Junior doctors in England are to be balloted by the BMA over potential industrial action in response to the Government’s plans to impose a new contract o...

Juniors’ contract: letter to Paediatric Trainees from Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

We are writing this letter to let you know that your College, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, shares your concerns about recent develop...

NHS Employers reaction to the BMA’s 10 reasons for not re-entering contract negotiations

The BMA "10 reasons for not re-entering negotiations" demonstrate a staggering lack of understanding of what the Doctors and Dentists Review Body (DDRB) re...

Junior doctors reject government’s attempts to re-start contract negotiations

Junior doctors have rejected the government's attempts to kick start the contract negotiation process a head of a September 'deadline for agreement'. Th...

New doctors don’t feel ready but benefit from support over their first year

Half of new doctors do not feel adequately prepared for their foundation training posts, a survey finds. As newly qualified doctors start their new jobs...

Contract for juniors must be via negotiation

A new contract for junior doctors must be negotiated not imposed, the BMA has said. BMA junior doctors committee co-chair Andrew Collier warned the new go...

Female doctors pass exams and secure jobs

Female doctors are more likely to pass their exams or be offered a training post than men, GMC data reveals. Reporting for the first time on exam results ...

Changes to doctors’ training will be modelled

Patients, service users and healthcare professionals should be assured that any proposed changes to training will be properly considered, modelled and cost...

Reaction to the GMC’s ‘State of Med Ed’ report

Clare Marx, president of the Royal College of Surgeons of England “It is good news that the number of surgeons on the specialist register has increased...