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European hours limit threatens training

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Junior doctors fear their training will suffer when European limits on working time are applied next year, two separate surveys by the British Medical Assocation (BMA) show today.

From 1 August 2009, the European Working Time Directive will restrict the time junior doctors can spend in hospital to 48 hours a week.  The current limit is 56.

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