MTAS

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AcronymDefinition
MTASMedical Training Application Service (UK)
MTASMulti-Sensor Target Acquisition System
MTASModular Target Acquisition System
MTASMetallic Test Access Shelf
MTASMultifunctional Telecommunications Addressing System (NANP)
MTASMultisensor Target Acquisition System
MTASMetallic Test Access System
MTASMetal Test Access Switch
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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.
She faced calls to quit over the debacle surrounding MTAS (the Medical Training Application Service), the process used for selecting trainee doctors for specialist training.
The online Medical Training Application Service was shelved by ministers after controversy raged over the system.
Lawyers for the doctors' pressure group Remedy UK argued the system - the Medical Training Application Service (MTAS) - was "so conspicuously unfair as to amount to an abuse of power".
James Johnson has been forced out as head of the medics' group for failing to support junior doctors' anger about the Medical Training Application Service. It was scrapped last week for the next round of interviews for jobs after a breach of security gave access to doctors' confidential details, including phone numbers, addresses and sexual orientation.
Tories said the online Medical Training Application Service, which has been plagued by problems, was in "complete crisis".
A DoH spokeswoman said last night: "We have temporarily taken the MTAS (Medical Training Application Service) website off-line and are investigating the allegations."
They claim the online Medical Training Application Service will leave thousands of talented junior doctors out of work.
A review into the 'Medical Training Application Service' process was launched after consultants in Birmingham threatened to boycott the interviews.
The breach of the Medical Training Application Service (MTAS) website occurred earlier this year during the row over doctor training.
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.
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