Recession and medical unemployment

Buckley-Sharp, M. D.
June 1982
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Jun1982, Vol. 75 Issue 6, p482
Academic Journal
Information about the topics on recession and medical unemployment that was discussed during the meeting of the Section of Medical Education in Great Britain on February 10, 1982 is presented. The speakers who had considerable collective experience as advisers to different bodies concerned with professional affairs dealt with different factors in career imbalance in medicine and possible solutions. It had been concluded that there is a staffing problem or imbalance between supply and demand.


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