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Junior consultants will leave BMA “hand over fist,” warns chairman

BMJ 2002; 325 doi: (Published 24 August 2002) Cite this as: BMJ 2002;325:407
  1. Katherine Burke
  1. London

    The medical profession is split over proposals to overhaul pay and conditions for hospital consultants, with junior doctors officially rejecting the new contract as a “charter for management abuse.”

    The BMA's Junior Doctors Committee, which represents doctors up to specialist registrar grade, has advised all specialist registrars and consultants to vote “no” in a referendum due in mid to late September, once the BMA has completed a UK-wide roadshow to garner support for the deal.

    Dr Trevor Pickersgill, the chairman of the BMA Junior Doctors Committee, claimed last week that redefining the working …

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