Need For Senior Doctors to Train Medical Graduates

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Need For Senior Doctors to Train Medical Graduates

A recent report claimed that there is need for more consultants to be placed after a large number of medical graduates start working in hospital wards. It is believed that a 6% increase has been reported in the death rate as soon as thousands of medical graduates start their practice.

Looking at the severity of the situation, calls are being made by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AMRC) so that some sort of actions is being taken to address the growing death rate. It has been told that there should be more experienced doctors to train the new doctors in the month of August and September so that no one is made to suffer from medical fallacy.

This suggestion has been backed by Dame Sally Davies, the chief medical officer for England, and many other experts in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. 'There are practical complications with the changeover - if you are playing musical chairs everyone has to move or there won't be chairs to move to”, said Alastair Henderson, Chief Executive of the AMRC. There is need to stabilize the condition else things would go haywire from here on. There is nothing more important than health and safety of patients and that’s what should be kept over and above all.


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