The surge in concerns comes against the background of the EWTD, the introduction of the Medical Training Application Service (MTAS) and the ongoing problems persuading junior doctors to continue their training in Wales.
What does MTAS stand for?
MTAS stands for Medical Training Application Service (UK)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 19 other meanings of MTAS in our Acronym Attic
- Many Tears Animal Rescue
- Methadone-to-Abstinence Residence (various organizations)
- Modification Technical Acceptance Recommendation
- Montana Association of Realtors (Helena, MT)
- Moving Target Acquisition Radar
- Mount Tom Amateur Repeater Association (est. 1978; Massachusetts)
- Memorial Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra (Malay: Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Memorial; museum)
- Message to All Regional Players (gaming)
- Minnesota/Texas Adoption Research Project
- Middle Tennessee Amateur Radio Society
- Metal Test Access Switch
- Metallic Test Access Shelf
- Metallic Test Access System
- Modular Target Acquisition System
- Multi-Sensor Target Acquisition System
- Multifunctional Telecommunications Addressing System (NANP)
- Multisensor Target Acquisition System
- Motion-Twin ActionScript 2 Compiler
- Montana Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
- Machine Transferable Support Software
Samples in periodicals archive:
The online Medical Training Application Service was shelved by ministers after controversy raged over the system.
Junior doctors had to apply online for specialist posts, critical because they can lead to consultant posts, through the medical training application service (Mtas) but it proved badly flawed and repeatedly broke down.
They claim the online Medical Training Application Service will leave thousands of talented junior doctors out of work.
The breach of the Medical Training Application Service (MTAS) website occurred earlier this year during the row over doctor training.
Reforms of medical training, which had been in the pipeline for some years, as well as the flawed online medical training application service (MTAS), were rushed through without proper preparation.
The shambolic affairs relating to the junior doctor job application schemes - Medical Training Application Service and Modernising Medical Careers - have placed additional weight on the shoulders of dedicated young doctors working on the frontline, uncertain what future they have in a career they passionately studied for.
Mrs Hewitt was briefing MPs on how the Government will "fulfil its responsibilities" after medics lost a court bid to scrap the new computerised Medical Training Application Service.