The BMA sent out its first survey at the beginning of April. The most recent survey closed on 13 August and nearly 4,000 doctors took part.
The 13 August 2020 results found:
- 60% of doctors said they were not very, or not at all, confident in their local health economy managing demand as normal NHS services resume.
- Half of doctors said they were not very, or not at all, confident in being able to manage a second wave of COVID-19.
- 26% of doctors said that in the last two weeks non-Covid demand had increased to pre-pandemic levels, with 17% saying that demand is now even higher than it was before.
Previous survey results
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