Junior doctors in England have voted to take industrial action, beginning with a 72-hour walkout from 13 March. Click here for advice and FAQs for members on industrial action in the NHS and signposting to further guidance and support
The BMA’s ballot of junior doctors in England shows an overwhelming majority in favour of industrial action, beginning with a 72-hour walkout in March. We understand only too well the frustration of our members regarding workforce shortages and other factors causing a steady erosion of morale and wellbeing
Trainee ACCPs are required to be entirely supernumerary for the first two years of their training; any deviation from this is likely to have a negative impact on both training and the governance structure around their clinical work
While matters relating to terms and conditions of service are not within the remit of individual medical royal colleges or faculties, we recognise the right of doctors and other healthcare professionals to take industrial action, and we understand why many may wish to do so
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Written by Dr Fran Tait