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Third of medical students plan to quit NHS within two years of graduating

Research will prompt further alarm among medical leaders trying to tackle the spiralling workforce crisis

One in three medical students plan to quit the NHS within two years of graduating, either to practise abroad or abandon medicine altogether, according to the largest survey of its kind.

Poor pay, work-life balance and working conditions of doctors in the UK were the main factors cited by those intending to emigrate to continue their medical career.

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