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20 August 2014
Newly qualified doctors improve their clinical skills by undergoing inductions prior to starting wor...
Tags: inductions, medical students
Doctors leaders are opposing moves to cut the pay of many Welsh trainees by 0.5 per cent.
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Tags: junior doctors, pay, foundation programme
Occupational medicine doctors have voiced concerns over plans to merge their professional organisati...
Tags: occupational physician, occupational medicine
19 August 2014
The BMA has backed international calls to stop threats and harassment towards doctors working in con...
Tags: human rights, world health organisation
18 August 2014
The BMA has welcomed a decision to confer honorary degrees on two medical students killed while on e...
Tags: medical electives, medical students
A new board aiming to improve the standards of education and training around patient safety has been...
Tags: patient safety, health education england
Doctors leaders have backed a nationwide health survey as ‘a fundamental tool’ for plann...
Tags: consulting patients
15 August 2014
Plans to promote cycling and walking in Wales are welcome but need more detail, the BMA has insisted...
Talks between doctors and the government on a new consultant contract have reached a critical stage,...
Tags: consultant contract, NHS employers
The BMA has urged the government to implement standardised tobacco packaging to help save lives.
Tags: smoking, tobacco advertising
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20 Aug 2014 15:28 PM
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20 Aug 2014 15:00 PM
RT @DrRonnieTan: Safety board set up to improve training standards
20 Aug 2014 12:02 PM
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