Short cuts BMA calls for action over shortage of obstetricians

The British Medical Association has renewed its call for the Department of Health to take 'immediate action' over a 'shortage' of consultant posts for trained obstetricians and gynaecologists. It says there will be about 500 doctors holding a certificate of specialist training by 2001, but only 50 consultant vacancies a ...

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