The UK General Medical Council has said that doctors contemplating industrial action must follow its guidance.  “Doctors must make sure arrangements are in place to care for their patients,” its guidance says. “Their actions must not harm patients or put them at risk.”
There is a general consensus internationally that emergency care should always be provided during a strike, but other considerations also come into play when doctors consider the justification for a strike.
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