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Union for doctors & medical students. Uncompromisingly pro-NHS, free at the point of use, publically owned and provided. Join 100,000 other NHS staff in Unite
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HCSA Union Jun 17
HCSA and many other organisations concerned with the welfare of Junior Doctors are united in opposing the Contract Review outcome. Add your voice in rejecting this deal, and in support of reopening the negotiations. Sign up here & RT to share:
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Dr Murphy Jun 17
Dear What are the contingency plans for managing the patient population, when becomes insolvent? Will Ali Parsa receive another pay off, as he did with the collapse?
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The Doctors’ Association UK 18h
***HCSA launches campaign for a better -sign up below*** and others concerned with the welfare of Junior Doctors are united in opposing the 2016 Contract Review outcome promoted by the BMA.
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Dr Sonia Adesara Jun 17
Playing political football with women’s rights is nothing new But given the ⬆️ of far-right & wider attacks on reproductive rights globally It’s dangerous & v concerning ’s anti-choice views have worrying implications
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DocsNotCops 9h
📽️ Join us on Thursday along with and the MSF Take Action Group to celebrate World Refugee Day! 📽️ We will be showing a series of short films exploring the themes of identity and inclusion followed by a discussion with the directors... See below for the line up! ⬇️⬇️
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Zoe Andrews Jun 17
Currently sat in A&E here in Guernsey and thought I’d take a picture of the charges. Quite sobering and genuinely I’m missing the nhs. Cherish your
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Mark Cockerton Jun 16
Need a hip or knee replaced to keep you mobile? Cataracts sorted to save your sight? Paid your taxes, so relieved NHS is there for you when you need it? Err, not if you’re in Warrington or Halton & coming to your hometown soon: Hip £7,050; Knee £7,179; Cataracts £1,624
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Doctors of the World Jun 17
Happy Refugee Week! People across the UK are celebrating refugee’s contributions and exploring how we can create a better sense of community among different groups. Keep your eyes peeled as we will be sharing info on our refugee projects over the coming days
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Dr Sonia Adesara Jun 17
“When something goes wrong, people look for a scapegoat And if you’re a black doctor, you’re first in line”
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Dr Sonia Adesara Jun 17
Playing political football with women’s rights is nothing new But given the ⬆️ of far-right & wider attacks on reproductive rights globally It’s dangerous & v concerning ’s anti-choice views have worrying implications
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Doctors in Unite Jun 16
! Voting is open on the new contract and amendments. Find out as much as you can, we urge you to consider both sides arguments before making your decision, we join in urging you to
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We Own It Jun 16
Fantastic to hear making the case for publicly owned, affordable and properly funded buses on . For too long our privatised, deregulated bus network has decimated public transport in the UK. Time to end this. Time for public ownership.
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Jonathan Ashworth Jun 16
This is a shocking rise in number of children turning to A&Es for mental health problems after years of cutbacks to specialist health and early intervention support. Britain's shame as 70 children treated for mental illnesses in A&E EVERY DAY
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Dr Murphy Jun 16
As Health Secretary, the actions & rhetoric of caused more harm than any other individual in the history of the ... The fact he's in the running for Prime Minister, is an indictment of our failed political system.
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Dr Sonia Adesara Jun 16
In light of the wider attacks on reproductive rights worldwide views cannot be ignored My article for ⬇️
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Doctors in Unite Jun 16
As stated above this was not referring to the BMA, but this was obviously not clear from context so we have deleted the tweet. We disagree with the BMA position on this issue, but wish to engage in a robust but constructive way.
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Doctors in Unite Jun 16
We absolutely want to engage with the BMA in a positive fashion, and we obviously have more on common than divides us. However we do not believe this is a good deal or that enough work has been done to engage the wider profession or to give doctors a real choice.
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Doctors in Unite Jun 16
We are keen to engage with the BMA in a constructive way. What was the incorrect statement that we RT'd? Would be happy to be corrected. The stitch up comment was intended to imply that doctors have been 'stitched up' by the government. It was not intended to refer to the BMA.
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Dr Kailash Chand OBE Jun 15
If Johnson is Marmite, Hunt is no marmalade. Who so ever is Prime Minister on 22nd July is bad news for the NHS!
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Doctors in Unite Jun 15
We believe that negotiating team worked very hard and in good faith. However juniors have been given insufficient time to review the deal and the voting period is too short. There has been too little engagement of the wider profession. This should be a debate, not a fait acompli
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