Posts Tagged ‘We’ll Keep a Welcome’

Medical profession encouraged to work in Wales

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Wednesday saw the launch of a new campaign by the Welsh Government, Welsh NHS Confederation and Wales Deanery to attract more doctors to apply to work in Wales. We welcome the drive to spread the word amongst the medical profession about the benefits of living and working in Wales. The standards of clinical training and [...]

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Why Wales has to persuade doctors to come home

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

I was pleased to read this article in the Western Mail yesterday written by Conservative Assembly Member Andrew RT Davies, endorsing our We’ll Keep A Welcome campaign. BMA Cymru have consistently highlighted the problem of the shortage of doctors in Wales, which could lead to the NHS becoming unsafe for both staff and patients. This [...]

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Mae hen wlad fy nhadau yn annwyl i mi

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

A line from the song which arouses passion in all who sing it. Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau, our national anthem. It is precisely this type of gusto that BMA Cymru Wales would like to invoke in Welsh medical students currently studying elsewhere in the UK. Our campaign “We’ll keep We’ll Keep a Welcome / Pleidiol [...]

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“Wales has a tremendous amount to offer” – Shadow Minister for Health and Social Services, Andrew R.T. Davies A.M.

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

I am pleased to be given the opportunity to endorse the BMA Cymru campaign “We’ll keep a welcome”. I have lived and worked in Wales all my life – I live with my family near Cowbridge in South Wales, situated in the rural Vale of Glamorgan but close to the Nation’s Capital City, Cardiff and [...]

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“What is important is that we do not become a net exporter of medical talent” – Peter Black AM

Monday, April 12th, 2010

BMA Cymru have been concerned for some time about the shortage of doctors in Wales. It is a problem that we feel can no longer be ignored. For NHS Wales to maintain a high standard of delivery, sustainable solutions for the future need to be put in place now. I have asked four Assembly Members [...]

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We’ll Keep a Welcome/Pleidiol wyf i’m gwlad

Monday, March 1st, 2010

Today we are launching a new campaign “We’ll Keep a Welcome” to attract Welsh students who have left the country to study medicine, to return to Wales to train as doctors. We felt that St. David’s day was the perfect day for our launch. BMA Cymru Wales will be contacting all schools in Wales to [...]

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