Read the BMJ’s latest featured article highlighting how the reliance of the NHS on disposable medical instruments and protective clothing hides a world of modern slavery and labour abuse.
Written by Jane Feinmann
Access it on https://bit.ly/2YncOGE
Happy Labours Day to all workers and especially to all frontline workers ensuring the well-being of all of us 😙💕
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Introducing Deep Breath In, The BMJ’s new podcast for GPs.
Kickstarting the podcast is Fiona Heath and Danielle Ofri on fear and how it affects all clinicians for better or worse.
Listen on all major apps bit.ly/applepodsDBI
Due to covid19, we are all working from home, but our online resources are fully available.
Let’s celebrate #worldbookday2020 by recommending you an e-book you might find useful during lockdown bit.ly/3cEhPOQ.
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If you’re a UK doctor, the BMA wants to hear from you on the current COVID-19 crisis.
Share your experiences and help us campaign for improved working conditions for all our members across the NHS by completing the survey available on https://www.research.net/r/BMA_COVID_tracker
We’re pleased to announce #BMAwellbeing support services are now open to the spouses, partners and dependants (aged 16-24) of all UK doctors and medical students. We are here to support you and those around you. Find out more: fal.cn/37mzQ
The BMA has launched a new COVID19 briefing page, where you can keep up to date with the issues facing doctors and what we are doing to address them on behalf of our members.
Visit https://beta.bma.org.uk/news-and-opinion/covid-19-update-18-march for all the information.