in brief

The British Medical Association has warned that 'a growing workforce crisis' could leave 350 obstetricians and gynaecologists without NHS contracts in 2001. The BMA's junior doctors committee has asked the Department of Health to fund new consultant posts and wants a 12-month extension on current contracts.

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