Tag Archives: Junior Doctors’ Dispute: First Draft of History

Junior Doctors’ Dispute: One More Intractable Quandry for an Over-Burdened NHS (BBC News)

Summary When you can’t think anything pleasant or helpful to say, better to say nothing… Full Text Link Reference Junior doctors row: Hospitals prepare for week of strikes.  London: BBC Health News, September 1st 2016. Further BBC News coverage: Full … Continue reading

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Strikes Over Junior Doctors’ Dispute: Failing Patients’ Interests? (BBC News / Telegraph / NHS England)

Summary Dame Sally Davies has suggested that industrial action by the British Medical Association (BMA) would not be in patients’ interest, and requested that coming strikes by junior doctors should be suspended to permit talks resume without duress. Last week, … Continue reading

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The Weekend Effect: a Summing-Up of the Evidence (Department of Health / BBC News / NHS Employers / BMJ / Journal of Health Services Research and Policy)

Summary Debates have arisen recently about possible “spin” and politically-motivated distortion in interpretation of the “weekend effect” and the benefits to patients of seven-day working. The Department of Health has produced an impartial presentation of the research. This includes a … Continue reading

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