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Although a selection of rapid responses will be included online and in print as readers' letters, their first appearance online means that they are published articles.
If you need the url (web address) of an individual response, perhaps for citation purposes, simply click on the response headline and copy the url from the browser window. On reading Oilver’s latest rebuttal (27 October), I hope he is not miffed by the evidence-based exposure of his poor and inconsistent example with reference to BMA in his column .
There is no "us and them" as being a jobbing geriatrician in district general hospitals often on understaffed wards battling broken community services is as real a lived experience of the service as anyone else's.
Secondly, I have written this column every week now since July 2015 and any trawl through my writing will show that again and again and again I have 1.
Further or alternatively, as three preceding paragraphs refer to good outcomes of doctors’ power/influence, it is possible, Oliver was alluding to good outcomes when citing BMA as his fourth example.
Or could his reference to BMA and show it in good light, a Freudian slip?He specifically questions and answers doctors’ position in relation to “pay”, “public respect” and “power”.Following his question in relation to “power”, he seems to have dedicated four paragraphs which clearly suggest the positive/good outcomes as a result of the power or influence of doctors.Argued that NHS doctors have a right and a duty to be very challenging of political and NHS management decisions that affect patient care and workforce morale 6.Criticised the use of phrases like "Resilience" to shift blame for workforce gaps and unacceptable working conditions onto frontline staff I need no convincing of Dr Mann's position My article was merely attempting to point out that doctors have power and influence at every level of the system and that many solutions do lie with us as a profession.Criticised government policy around NHS funding and organisation 2.