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    How does locuming work in terms of getting offered/accepting work, and contractual notice? Anyone know?

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    I think that is a very clever edit of a slightly more moderate article in the HSJ

    “Patient safety may be affected if there is not enough medical cover. So you must take up any post you have formally accepted, unless the employer has reasonable time to make other arrangements.” GMC

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    Quote Originally Posted by fannyadams View Post
    How does locuming work in terms of getting offered/accepting work, and contractual notice? Anyone know?

    Its all very last minute. Confirmed one day start the next. Notice generally can't be more than a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoughriggFell View Post
    I think that is a very clever edit of a slightly more moderate article in the HSJ

    “Patient safety may be affected if there is not enough medical cover. So you must take up any post you have formally accepted, unless the employer has reasonable time to make other arrangements.” GMC
    Yeah, it did strike me as a little oversold. More implied risk than actual risk of being struck off.

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    There is a difference in 1) Saying you will work and then not pitching or giving inconsiderate notice and 2) not providing freelance services.

    Anyone in the second category has my understanding. Anyone in the first section is risking peoples' health and possibly life and doesn't have my support.

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