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Tags: general practice, general practitioners, local medical committees
Tags: NHS, contracts
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I know many junior doctors, medical students, consultants and members of junior doctors' families have been writing to their MPs to highlight their concern and anger over the junior doctors contract dispute. It is important that we make our voices heard by MPs and ask them to put pressure on the Government to rethink their position.
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We need answers, but all we get is soundbites from the Government when it comes to seven-day services.
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The placards at the junior doctors’ demonstration in London on Monday evening said it all.
This is a generational moment for the medical profession.
The threat to impose a new contract on junior doctors in England goes beyond one country or one branch of practice — it's an attack on the values we all cherish.
The Department of Health has been consulting on the performance of the DDRB (Doctors and Dentists Review Body).
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How concerned should we be about offending each other? And what degree of offence is acceptable? I am talking about how each of us practise, about the basis for the clinical decisions we make.
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Jeremy Hunt’s vindictive and politically motivated attack on the professionalism of hospital doctors didn’t just anger doctors and detract from unanswered questions about the feasibility of a seven-day NHS, it also distracted attention from other important proposed changes to consultants’ contracts.
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