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Asian doctor wearing face shield and PPE suit to check senior woman patient protect safety infection Covid-19 Coronavirus outbreak at quarantine nursing hospital ward.

Three ways COVID-19 has changed me as a doctor

COVID-19 has changed the world, the medical profession, and the NHS in ways we are only beginning to understand. In my A&E department, we have seen patients with oxygen saturations lower than we previously thought were possible, treated our own hospital colleagues – some of […]

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Debate: To strike or not to strike? (Part 2)

Junior doctor members of the BMA are voting on industrial action over the new contract proposed by the government. Needless to say there is a range of opinion among CMF members on the subject. So we asked two of our members to help us by […]

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Debate: To strike or not to strike? (Part 1)

Junior doctor members of the BMA are voting on industrial action over the new contract proposed by the government. Needless to say there is a range of opinion among CMF members on the subject. So we asked two of our members to help us by […]

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Anger, confusion, injustice – should Christian doctors strike?

  For the first time since 1975, it looks like doctors are lining up to strike. Morale among juniors is lower than ever – over the last five years many of us have seen it dissipate before our eyes. I am sad to see colleagues […]

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Top 10 tips: applying for specialty training (part 2)

Part 2 of Dr Sarah Maidment’s advice on applying for specialty training for junior doctors. Part 1 can be seen here. 6. Complete the application form carefully When application forms are released, you won’t have a great deal of time to complete them. You may […]