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Docs lose confidence in BMA

27th June 2007

A new poll has suggested that the majority of doctors have lost confidence in the British Medical Association (BMA) as a body that can adequately represent their interests.

The poll was carried out by OnMedica, a daily information source for doctors and other health professionals. The poll asked doctors if they had lost confidence in the BMA as a body that could look after their interests and of the 360 replies, 81% said they had. The BMA has been criticised recently over its attitude towards the MTAS crisis surrounding training posts for doctors.

 

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Article Information

Title: Docs lose confidence in BMA
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 3277
Date Added: 27th Jun 2007

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