The British Medical Association
Setting the record straight
The BMA has written to a newspaper about an article suggesting the consultant contract was responsible for fewer senior doctors delivering acute care services at weekends
SAS doctors: air your concerns
Interview skills workshop
A surreal sense of expectation
BMA hits back at newspaper acute care claims
Revalidation and appraisal workshop Edinburgh
Changeover - relentless, unsettling, but the camaraderie gets you through
DDRB: Is Saturday the new Tuesday?
Time management workshop Edinburgh
Medicine without gadgets
Labouring for justice
Mersey SAS regional committee
Junior doctors asked for some stability — not this DDRB pay insult
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There are a growing number of junior doctors speaking out about the DDRB recommendations in BMA Communities.
Here are a few of the most recent blogs:
DDRB - don't increase the gender pay gap
Fee changes leave doctors with all the risk
Bad old days loom if our hours protection is eroded
My Working Life blog
A public survey, commissioned by the BMA, has found 84% believe seven-day services should not mean reduced services during the week. Could your hospital deliver more services at weekends without compromising weekday services?
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