A crisis in 4 medical specialties in Britain…and this is why

health problems, Sunday, on the initiative of the newspaper "Keeper"while addressing the NHS in Great Britain (SSN) many difficulties after years of austerity.

And there are record waiting lists in British hospitals due to the pandemic crownAlso, due to the shortage of doctors and nurses.

The center highlighted the specialties of anesthesiology, paediatrics, cardiothoracic surgery and psychiatry, as European doctors had a large presence there before Britain left the European Union.

And in these four majors "The increase of crews is slowed down European Union EFTA countries (Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein)"as the study shows.

And if the recorded increase had continued before Great Britain left the European Union, the number of doctors in the Union and the countries of the European Free Trade Association would have reached 41,000 in 2021, that is four thousand more doctors than the registered numbers.

of trust "Nuffield Trust"That "The campaign and the results of the referendum (held in 2016) on leaving the European Union are the obvious reason for this change of direction".

This is due to the uncertainty that prevailed "Brexit" As for the new rules for movement, then the tightening of the rules for issuing visas, and finally "deterioration of working conditions" generally in the health care system.

The report adds: "These findings indicate that the European Union’s stagnating number of doctors in these specialties has exacerbated the current shortage in areas where the NHS is unable to find qualified workers from abroad.".

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This conclusion was reached by a study published by the “Naffield Trust” center, which deals with health issues, on Sunday, on the initiative of the “Guardian” newspaper, at a time when the National Health Service Authority is facing a crisis. Great Britain (SSN) many difficulties after years of austerity.

And there are record waiting lists in British hospitals due to the pandemic crownAlso, due to the shortage of doctors and nurses.

The center highlighted the specialties of anesthesiology, paediatrics, cardiothoracic surgery and psychiatry, as European doctors had a large presence there before Britain left the European Union.

And in these four disciplines, the increase in crews has slowed down European Union and EFTA countries (Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein),” explains the study.

And if the recorded increase had continued before Great Britain left the European Union, the number of doctors in the Union and the countries of the European Free Trade Association would have reached 41,000 in 2021, that is four thousand more doctors than the registered numbers.

“The campaign and the results of the referendum (conducted in 2016) on leaving the European Union are the obvious reason for this change of direction,” said the Nuffield Trust.

This is due to the uncertainty that prevailed after “Brexit” regarding the new movement rules, then the tightening of the rules for granting visas and finally the “deterioration of working conditions” in general in the health system.

The report adds: ‘These findings suggest that the European Union’s stagnating number of doctors in these specialties has exacerbated the existing shortage in areas where the NHS is unable to find skilled workers from abroad.’

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