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Junior doctors to decide on HSE action

Up to 75 junior doctor representatives will meet tomorrow to decide whether to take industrial action after the Health Service Executive (HSE) moved last week to cut pay and training allowances.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
14th March, 2009

Up to 75 junior doctor representatives will meet tomorrow to decide whether to take industrial action after the Health Service Executive (HSE) moved last week to cut pay and training allowances.

Dr John Morris, vice-president of the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO), said ‘‘downing tools was a last resort’’ for any doctor, but that there was huge anger at the decision to unilaterally impose cuts that were not being directed at any other public sector employees. Morris...

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