Junior doctors bullied and afraid to report safety concerns

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The annual General Medical Council survey shows that one in three trainee doctors are afraid to report concern on patient safety and one in ten experience bullying in the workplace.

The report shows a significant decline in raising concerns, compared to last year. Changes to the GMC survey methods might have influenced the results, as anonymity was not guaranteed and participants were also asked to be specific about the consequences of speaking up.

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