What's life as a junior doctor like, what do current trainees wish they knew before they started, and what are some of their mistakes?Read the full story ›
Mental health is becoming a crisis among medical staff as a quarter have been diagnosed with a mental health condition, new findings reveal.Read the full story ›
A scheme is helping refugee doctors arriving in the UK retrain so they can work in the NHS, filling gaps in hard-to-recruit areas.Read the full story ›
Many of the young medics had made plans to start their new jobs in a few months’ time.Read the full story ›
A Court of Appeal judgment in the case of a young medic who says his career was ruined by whistleblowing could affect 54,000 junior doctors.Read the full story ›
Junior doctors have complained of "utter chaos" from the NHS frontline amid claims from the Red Cross that the health service is facing a humanitarian crisis.
Dr Salwa Malik said at the NHS trusts where she had worked over the winter period it had "become normal" to have patients queuing up and down corridors.
Dr Zeshan Querishi said ambulances at the hospital where he was working were taking up to two hours to unload their patients into departments.
"I can't help but think we're not giving the care that we want to," he said.
The new contract for junior doctors in England will begin to be rolled out from today.
Junior doctors have staged several strikes in protest at the imposition of the contract, which the Government says will help reduce death rates in NHS hospitals at weekends but the British Medical Association (BMA) fears will have a negative effect on staff and patients.
From today, some obstetrics and gynaecology trainees will transition to the new terms and conditions of service.
The BMA described it as a "watershed moment for the NHS" and has written to NHS trust chief executives asking them to pause the introduction of the contract if certain conditions are not in place.
Last week, campaign group Justice for Health lost a High Court challenge against Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt over the new deal.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has won a High Court battle with junior doctors over new contracts.Read the full story ›
The organisation said it reached the decision following feedback from doctors, patients and the public.Read the full story ›
Junior doctors will go to the High Court on Monday in a bid to block the Government's decision to impose a new contract on them.Read the full story ›