Enhancing junior doctors’ working lives A progress report | Health Education England | National Health Executive
Significant work must be done to make junior doctors feel valued for their hard work in the NHS, a report published by Health Education England (HEE), which has also identified a number of key areas for improvement, has warned.
HEE worked with other organisations including the British Medical Association (BMA) Junior Doctors’ Committee, the General Medical Council, NHS Employers, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and trainee representatives to create the review that has called for action to be taken to improve working conditions for juniors.
The ‘Enhancing Junior Doctors’ Working Lives’ report gives a comprehensive view of the struggles experienced by junior doctors which led to mass dissatisfaction and strike action last year, warning that improvements had to be made in a number of areas to reassure the workforce that their work was being appreciated by their employers.
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