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Junior doctors complain of intimidation

11th December 2009

BMA Wales has extended its campaign to improve the lives of junior doctors.

It says alarming stories are emerging from junior doctors across the country with complaints that include insufficient locum cover, intimidation and a lack of opportunities for training. BMA Wales launched its Option 7 campaign – taking its name from the option on the BMA phone line that doctors are urged to select if they wish to discuss bullying and harassment in confidence – to try and see improvements in conditions for junior doctors.


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Article Information

Title: Junior doctors complain of intimidation
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 13501
Date Added: 11th Dec 2009



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