Careers & Workforce

Content relating to Careers and Workforce in Pain

The BMA’s ballot of junior doctors in England shows an overwhelming majority in favour of industrial action, beginning with a 72-hour walkout in March. We understand only too well the frustration of our members regarding workforce shortages and other factors causing a steady erosion of morale and wellbeing
"I consider myself amongst the cohort of trainees who has seen more changes and upheavals in anaesthetic and pain training than has ever been witnessed in such a short period of time..."
"I am Chris Haley, I graduated from St Andrews University in 2001 and completed my medical training at the University of Manchester in 2003..."
"I am a new consultant in Pain Medicine in leafy Kent. I initially wanted to be a scientist and went to Imperial College to study biochemistry specialising in molecular neurobiology..."

"I graduated from Southampton University in 1999 and completed my pre-registration training which included general practice within the Dorset region..."

"I was a young SHO in A+E when one of the consultants kindly told me that there was money to be made, writing medical reports, and gave me a textbook on the subject..."