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Junior doctor training concerns raised by inspecting body

Hospital departments could be forced to close unless urgent action is taken to address the training needs of junior doctors, according to a training body.

The Wales Deanery, the body responsible for post-graduate medical training in Wales, warns trainees will go elsewhere unless the situation improves.

Bethan Rhys Roberts asked BBC Wales health correspondent Owain Clarke what the specific concerns are about junior doctor training.

  • 01 Oct 2012
  • From the section Wales