BMA: More British medics won’t fix NHS



Union warns boost won’t solve staffing crisis
TRAINING more “home-grown” doctors to end NHS reliance on foreign medics will not be enough to plug the recruitment gap, doctor’s union the BMA said yesterday in reponse to Jemery Hunt’s nonsense pledge to replace them all.
The Health Secretary announced at the Tory conference that he will lift a cap on the number of medical school places from 6,000 to 7,500 a year but that would only go part of the way to address the NHS staffing crisis, the BMA warned.
Overseas medical staff would still be needed to keep the NHS running, it said.
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5 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 38
Source: Morning Star
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