Junior Doctors

Court Freezes Careers of 90,000 Indian Doctors

Rita Pal | Posted 18.06.2013 | UK
Rita Pal

90,000 doctors have had their careers stalled by the significant delays of India's Supreme Court. Fury gripped the medical community due to the bureaucratic nightmare that has pushed their patience to the limit.

Part-Time Doctors are not A 'Risk' to the NHS

Rita Pal | Posted 18.11.2012 | UK
Rita Pal

Instead of blaming the influx of women doctors into the profession, the medical establishment should be reviewing their previous mistakes. They should then find ways of correcting the current problems.

NHS Chief Seek End To 'Killing Season' Of Junior Doctors

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.06.2012 | UK

Patients are put at risk when junior doctors start work, the NHS medical director has said as he outlined measures to end the so-called health service...

NHS Takes on Another Class of Junior Doctors: "It's Guaranteed to be a Shambles but it's not the end of the World"

Nik Darlington | Posted 27.09.2011 | UK Politics
Nik Darlington

For thousands of young people in Britain, next Wednesday is the biggest day of their life so far. They have waited at least five, perhaps six, years for this moment. On 3 August a new intake of junior doctors take their first cautious steps on to hospital wards. Should you be concerned?

Celebrity "IT" doctors?

Rita Pal | Posted 17.09.2011 | UK
Rita Pal

So when on call for long periods, junior doctors really do have a lot in common with those party girls from LA. It's the simple life we live. We can do thin, we can do catwalks and we do community service but get paid for it.