Good old nhs england... operating at the speed of light. It's simple adopt the WHO guidelines and get us the proper protection.
And when they come to reinstate them we should all tell them where to shove it.
Can we assume they will return to the front line and not just work from home?
The iceberg has struck... The band is still playing.... now clear there are not enough lifeboats to go round. The legend of primary care will be exalted in 100 years time.
faithful hound - I too do contraception clinics for a trust - one evening a week. Like you I was faced with disproportionate mandatory training. However as it was mandatory I asked that I have the training delivered in my working hours - funny training dept don't seem to work evenings. Impasse :-)
Monty at 09.53 makes a good point but if the levels of mandatory training continue to grow we won't have any time to see patients.
Surprised if there are enough IT staff left to deal with this problem given recent changes to the way contractors are taxed IR35. Good news for consultants. Weekend rates too.