Junior doctors still lack the confidence to whistle-blow

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Doctors in training fear the consequences of speaking out openly and one in ten have experienced bullying in the workplace.

The annual GMC survey saw a decline in the number of patient safety concerns raised after doctors were told their anonymity could not be guaranteed. Last year, 5.2% of junior doctors reported concerns over patient safety compared to only 0.8% this year.

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