Nine out of 10 doctors fear current medical training reforms and cuts in hours will cause standards to fall, a survey has found.
The British Medical Association (BMA) questioned more than 2,200 doctors across the UK for their views on the Government’s overhaul of training.
Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) is designed to cut the length of time it takes to qualify as a consultant. But doctors have expressed fears that the reforms will result in important skills being missed out of training.
Doctors in standards drop fear