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BMA suspends all junior doctor strike action


Concerns over patient safety prompt junior doctors to suspend three five-day walkouts planned for the next three months.

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In medical terms, the condition of the fights by junior doctors to stop the new contracts may not be terminal, but it's certainly worsened overnight. Months of campaigning and industrial action has already seen a series of one-day strikes in hospitals, and was to be stepped up in the form of three five-day walkouts in October, November and December. But patients, the public and doctors have voiced concerns over patients' safety. And the strikes have been suspended. The BMA Junior Doctors' Committee has met and considered feedback from junior doctors, from patients and from the public. They felt that the strike action was unlikely to be safe that the NHS was unable to cope. And although we have ongoing and serious concerns with the contract, patients' safety is always our primary concern, and so we have decided to suspend the industrial action. The Department of Health says that we welcome the news that strikes have been suspended, and commend the leadership of Dr. x. The best way to rebuild trust now is for industrial action to be called off permanently in the interests of patients. And we urge the BMA to do so. The announcement removes the threat of up to 6,000 operations being canceled on each of the fifteen days of industrial action. But some in the NHS still fear problems in the longer term if the contracts are implemented. x mean in the short term, that there won't be cancellations of procedures and operations and disruption. But in the long term, the concern, of course, from the BMA and the junior doctors, particularly, and any NHS staff, is that this contract will endanger patients' safety, because you are stretching, most importantly, you are stretching five days into a seven-day NHS without any extra resources or funding or staff. Patient groups will support the removal of the threat of strike action, and the x college of paediatric and child health agrees. It says the country can be proud of the junior doctors' mature, compassionate and principal determination during this damaging dispute. We've been calling for both sides to get back to the negotiating table and end the deadlock of the past month. But despite this latest backdown, the junior doctors say the fight does not end here, and haven't, as yet, ruled out the possibility of more industrial action in the future.

x, Sky News.


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“Save our NHS, save our NHS.”

In medical terms, the condition of the fight by junior doctors to stop the new contracts may not be terminal, but it’s certainly worsened overnight. Months of campaigning and industrial actions has already seen a series of one-day strikes in hospitals, and was to be stepped up in the form of three five-day walkouts in October, November and December. But patients, the public and doctors have voiced concerns of patients’ safety, and strikes have been suspended.  

“The BMA Junior Doctors Committee has met and considered feedback from junior doctors, from patients and from the public. They felt that the strike action was unlikely to be safe, that the NHS was unable to cope. And although we have ongoing and serious concerns with the contract, patients’ safety is always our primary concern, and so we have decided to suspend the industrial action.”

The Department of Health says: “We welcome the news that the strikes have been suspended, and commend the leadership of Dr. McCourt. The best way to rebuild trust now is for industrial action to be called off permanently in the interest of patients - and we urge the BMA to do so.”

The announcement removed the threat of up to 6,000 operations being canceled on each of the 15 days of industrial action, but some in the NHS still fear problems in the longer term if the contracts are implemented.

“It will X mean in the short term that there won’t be cancellations of procedures and operations and disruption, but in the long term, the concern, of course from the BMA and the junior doctors particularly and other NHS staff is that this contract will endanger patient’s safety because you are stretching...most importantly, you are stretching five days into a seven-day NHS without any extra resources or funding or stuff.”  

Patient groups will support the removal of the threat of strike action, and the Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health agrees. It says: “The country can be proud of the junior doctors’ mature, compassionate and principal determination during this damaging dispute. We’ve been calling for both sides to get back to the negotiating table and end the deadlock of the past months.”  

But despite this latest back down, the junior doctors say the fight does not end here, and haven’t as yet, ruled out the possibility of more industrial action int he future.

Frieza Mod, Sky News.
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in medical terms, the condition of the fights by junior doctors to stop the new
contract may not be the terminal, but it's certainly worsened over night, month
of compaigning and industrial action has already seen a series of one-strikes in
hospitals, ans was to step out in the form of three five-day workout in October
, November and December, but patients, the public and doctors have voice concern
over patients safety, and strikes have been suspended.


the BMA junior doctor committee has met and considered feedback from junior doctors
,from patients and from the public, they felt that the strike action was unlikely
to be safe, the NHS was unable to cope, and although we have ongoing and serious
concern with the contract, patient's safety is always our primary concern, and so
we have decided to suspend the industrial action.

the department of health says: "we welcome the news that the strike has been
suspended, commend the leadership of Doctor McCourt, the best way to rebuild the
trust now is for industrial action to be called off permanently in the interest
of patients, and we urge the BMA to do so.

the announcement remove the threat of the 6000 operations being cancelled on each
of 15 days in industrial action, but some in NHS still fear problems in the longer
term if the contracts are implemented.

it was ?? means in the short term that there won't be cancellations of procedures
and operations and desruption, but in the long term of the concern, of course from
the BMA and the junior doctor particularly and other NHS staffs, is that this
contract will endanger patient's safety because you're stretching, most importantly,
you're stretching 5 days into seven days and NHS without any extra resources or
funding or stuff.

patient group will support the removal of the threaten of strike action, and the
royal college of pediactries and child health agrees. it says, "the country could
cab be proud of the junior doctor's mature, compassionate and principal
determination during this damaging dispute ", we've been calling for both sides
to get back into the negotiation table, and end the deadlock of the past months.

but despite this latest back down, junior doctors says the fight does not end here
and haven't as yet, ruled out the possibility of more industrial action in the
future.

Friea Mod, Sky news.
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In medical terms, the conditions of the fights by the junior doctors to stop the new contract may not be terminal, but it’s certainly worse overnight. Months of campaigning and industrial actions have already seen a series of one-day strikes in hospitals, and worse to be stepped up to be three or five days workouts,  in October, November and December. But patients, doctors and the public have voiced concerns on public safety, and the strikes have been suspended.
The BMA junior doctors committee has met a considered feedback from junior doctors, from the patients and from the public. They felt that the strike action was unlikely to be safe, the NHS was unable to cope, and although we have on-going and serious concerns with the contract, patient safety is always our primary concern, so we have decided to suspended the industrial action.
The department of health says we welcome the news that the strikes have been suspended and commend the leadership of Dr. McCourt. The best way to rebuild trust now is for industrial action to be called off permanently in the interests of patients, and we urge the BMA to do so.
The announcement removes the threats of up to six thousand operations being cancelled on each of the fifteen days of industrial action. But some NHS still felt problems in the longer term, if the contract is implemented.
It wasn’t mean in the short-term that there won’t be cancellations, procedures, operations, and disruptions, but in the long-term, the concerns, of cause from the BMA junior doctors particularly, and other NHs staff, is that this contract will endanger patient safety, because you are stretching, most importantly, you are stretching five days into seven days, and NHS without any extra resources, or funding, or staff.
Patient group will support the remove of the threats of strike action and the role college pediatric of child health agrees. It says the country can be proud of the junior doctors mature, compassionate and principle determination during this damaging dispute. We’ve been calling for both parties to get back to the negotiating table, and end the dead lock of the past month.   
But despite of this latest back-down, junior doctors say the fight does not end here, and haven’t as yet ruled out the possibility of more industrial actions in the future. Reiz Mod, sky news.

[Homework]2016-10-01 英国初级医生罢工抗议待遇过低

In medical terms, the conditions of the fights by the junior doctors to stop the new contract may not be terminal, but it’s certainly worse overnight. Months of campaigning and industrial actions have already seen a series of one-day strikes in hospitals, and worse to be stepped up to be three or five days workouts,  in October, November and December. But patients, doctors and the public have voiced concerns on public safety, and the strikes have been suspended. The BMA junior doctors committee has met a considered feedback from junior doctors, from the patients and from the public. They felt that the strike action was unlikely to be safe, the NHS was unable to cope, and although we have on going and serious concerns with the contract, patient safety is always our primary concern, so we have decided to suspended the industrial action.  The department of health says we welcome the news that the strikes have been suspended and commend the leadership of Dr. McCourt. The best way to rebuild trust now is for industrial action to be called off permanently in the interests of patients, and we urge the BMA to do so.  The announcement removes the threats of up to six thousand operations being ...on each of the fifteen days of industrial action. But some NHS still felt problems in the longer term, if the contract is implemented. It wasn’t mean in the short-term that there won’t be cancellations, procedures, operations, and disruptions, but in the long-term, the concerns, of cause from the BMA junior doctors particularly, and other NHs staff, is that this contract will endanger patient safety, because you are stretching, most importantly, you are stretching five days into seven days, and NHS without any extra resources, or funding, or staff.  Patient group will support the remove of the threats of strike action and the role college pediatric of child health agrees. It says the country can be proud of the junior doctors mature, compassionate and principle determination during this damaging dispute. We’ve been calling for both parties to get back to the negotiating table, and end the dead lock of the past month. But despite of this latest back-down, junior doctors say the fight does not end here, and haven’t as yet ruled out the possibility of more industrial actions in the future. Reiz Mod, sky news.
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