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“…Junior doctors already work 7 days a week to provide acute care to the UK population, and have never been able to opt out of weekend working. They do this despite record levels of low morale within the NHS. Many...
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The General Medical Council (GMC) has outlined its plans for credentialing in postgraduate medical practice across the United Kingdom. BOTA and ASiT have significant concerns that credentialing may result in doctors with only partial training in a specialty and that...
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This statement highlights concerning trends regarding the ongoing crisis in the NHS regarding medical recruitment and retention of doctors. It also sheds some light on the impact of recent political news stories pertaining to key documents including the recent DDRB review,...
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In a world where the needs of patients are changing, we must regularly review the way that we train doctors. And, where necessary, we must make changes to existing structures. The Shape of Training report makes a valuable contribution to...
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The Shape of Training (ShOT) report is an independent review by Professor David Greenaway, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nottingham and Professor of Economics. It sets out a number of recommendations regarding the provision and configuration of postgraduate medical and...
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