Jan 19, 2016

Junior doctors hit out at column blaming the 'feminisation' of NHS for causing out-of-hours crisis | Health News | Lifestyle | The Independent

Hundreds of junior doctors have reacted with outrage on social media to a Sunday Times column which suggests that the current crisis is partly down to the “feminisation" of the NHS. Commenting on last week’s junior doctors strike over pay and hours, journalist Dominic Lawson wrote that the profession had been changed irrevocably by more women entering it. 

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