The January issue of Pulse looks at the growing calls among grassroots GPs for a stronger line from the BMA, with some preparing to propose that practices take industrial action later this month.
It looks at the implications of a Pulse survey of over 900 GPs (covered in the Daily Mail and the Telegraph) that shows half would support a mass resignation from the NHS due to the current state of general practice. As the junior doctors prepare to take strike action, it looks like the Government could also face a fight on another front this coming year.
Also in the January issue, we have an exclusive interview with the chief executive of the General Medical Council where he reveals a move towards a more ‘compassionate’ regulator. In the clinical section, we have key questions on nutritional supplements and six GPs some wacky predictions for 2016.Back to news grid