BMA warns of staff exodus at PCT’s

The pace and scale of NHS reforms has been the main cause for Primary care Trust (PCT) staff ‘leaving in drones’ instead of waiting for the changes to take place, according to the British Medical Association.


The plans to abolish PCT’s and give budget responsibilities to the GP’s announced last summer has been criticised due to its ‘significant policy shift’ that has not given managers enough time to prepare for the reforms.


Surely these staff members and managers would indeed be the beneficiaries of a Mental Toughness program allowing them to be able to remain resilient and brave in times of doubt and uncertainty.


Source: People Management Magazine

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One Response to BMA warns of staff exodus at PCT’s

  1. Roderick says:

    It is usually difficult to get well-informed people with this issue, however you be understood as you no doubt know exactly what you are speaking about! Thx

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