BMA announced the results to a survey the conducted to decide what to do about the pensions offer from the coalition government and ultimately rejected their offer.
What do you guys think about this? If you’re just about to start medical school, these changes will obviously have the greatest impact on you!
Do you think this is the right call? Or should doctors get a grip and realise times are tough and compromises have to be made, just like everyone else in the country is doing at the moment? Why should doctors be exempt from this?
Also, the results of the survey raise an interesting ethical dilemma – should doctors be able to strike?