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RCGP sets out roadmap to tackle workforce crisis
GENERAL practice is "running on empty" with ever increasing patient demand and falling GP numbers, says the RCGP in setting out a new Workforce Roadmap.
Bullying of SAS and LE doctors commonplace
NEARLY a third of SAS (specialty and associate specialist) and a fourth of LE (locally employed) doctors have experienced bullying, undermining or harassment at work by colleagues or patients and their families in the last year.
December A&E performance worst on record
DECEMBER 2019 saw the worst performance on record for A&E waiting times in England with 79.8 per cent of patients cared for within the target four hours.
Make MDO membership a regulatory requirement
CHRIS KENNY, CEO of MDDUS, comments on GMC research issued today into the impact of doctors’ engagement with the tribunals process.
Doctors reducing working hours to beat burnout
DOCTORS are increasingly cutting back on clinical hours to reduce stress, new figures from the General Medical Council show.
Engagement crucial in fitness to practise complaints
PROPER engagement with the fitness to practise process is a crucial factor in outcome for doctors facing MPTS hearings, according to research conducted by the GMC.
GDC urged to focus more on preventing bad practice
MDDUS has welcomed the findings of a new public attitudes survey showing that one in five respondents want the GDC to focus on preventing bad practice rather than taking action after it occurs.
Dentists needed for national survey of antibiotic prescribing
DENTISTS are being urged to participate in a new survey of antibiotic prescribing in dentistry.
End “corridor care” in A&E, says College
CARING for people in A&E corridors cannot be allowed to continue as new figures show a direct link between overcrowding and patient harm.
Quarter of cancer patients experiencing diagnostic delays
A QUARTER of all cancer patients in England have experienced avoidable delays in their diagnosis, according to a study conducted by Cancer Research UK.