Angry health workers in Bristol have been meeting to discuss their response to proposals to change their pay, terms and conditions.
20 health trusts across the South West have joined a consortium which wants to impose local deals. It could mean pay cuts, increased hours and a reduction in annual leave.
Unions say it'll force many workers to quit the NHS or move elsewhere. They say industrial action is a possiblity if the changes are implemented.
NHS workers in Bristol and other parts of the region have been protesting about plans to scrap national pay scales in favour of local rates.
Health workers meet in Bristol to discuss their response to plans by health bosses to ignore national agreements and impose local deals.