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New deal not satisfactory for cardiothoracic surgery

BMJ 1995; 311 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.311.7010.953 (Published 07 October 1995) Cite this as: BMJ 1995;311:953
  1. A Alkhulaifi,
  2. S M Allen,
  3. J R Anderson,
  4. V Argano,
  5. C Austin,
  6. C Barlow,
  7. S Barnard,
  8. D Barron,
  9. R Berrisford,
  10. S Billing,
  11. E Brackenbury,
  12. P C Braidley,
  13. B J M Bridgewater,
  14. N P Briffa,
  15. K Buchan,
  16. J Butler,
  17. A R J Cale,
  18. H M H Carr,
  19. F Ciulli,
  20. S Clark,
  21. G J Cooper,
  22. S Craig,
  23. M Danton,
  24. W C Dihimis,
  25. J Duffy,
  26. A Duncan,
  27. J Gaer,
  28. G Gibson,
  29. S C Griffin,
  30. R I R Hasan,
  31. D Hopkinson,
  32. P Hornick,
  33. S Hunter,
  34. L C H John,
  35. R Kanagaseay,
  36. J Kuo,
  37. S Langley,
  38. A J Levine,
  39. V Mcnamara,
  40. E El Oakley,
  41. S K Ohri,
  42. P A O'Keefe,
  43. D O'Regan,
  44. G W Parry,
  45. V L Pathi,
  46. P Peters,
  47. B Prendergast,
  48. P D Ridley,
  49. A J Ritchie,
  50. J C Roxburgh,
  51. D A C Sharpe,
  52. A C De Souza,
  53. R Steyn,
  54. K K Tan,
  55. M Tolan,
  56. U H Trevidi,
  57. G M K Tsang,
  58. S Tsui,
  59. M J Underwood,
  60. M J Unsworth-White,
  61. R Uppal,
  62. C Van Doorn,
  63. D A Waller,
  64. N Weerasena,
  65. V Young

    EDITOR,--We are pleased to read that the junior doctors' conference endorsed a motion arguing that implementation of the new deal may jeopardise the training of some higher specialist trainees.1 All the enrolled higher surgical trainees in cardiothoracic surgery currently working in the United Kingdom strongly support …

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