Junior doctor posts left empty as 'undervalued' staff opt to emigrate

Jennifer Bray
July 2014
Daily Mail;7/14/2014, p4
JUNIOR doctors are so 'undervalued' many are now forced to emigrate, it has been claimed, as today's registration for nonconsultant hospital doctors is expected to see as many as 30 key posts unfilled.


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