Junior doctors' contract is 'damaged goods' and should be discarded, says medic

The contract at the centre of the bitter dispute between junior doctors and the Government should be torn up, a leading medic has said.
Neena Modi, professor of neonatal medicine and president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, said the staffing contract is "damaged goods".
In an editorial published in The British Medical Journal, Prof Modi said the deal should be "discarded and replaced with one drawn on a clean sheet".
Prod Modi said that there has been a "total breakdown of trust" between the Government and training medics.
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4 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 31
Source: Belper News

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