As doctors get together for their four-day annual conference, the discussion over pension dispute will be discussed soon.
Immediately after the first industrial action that happened in about 40 years, the British Medical Association meeting in Bournemouth is being held.
It will not be until Thursday that the pensions issue will be discussed. But it seems that among the 500 delegates who will attend, this debate will be discussed in majority.
When the conference opened up today, BMA chairman Dr Hamish Meldrum referred to the issue in his speech.
What views are given by the members attending the conference will be the deciding factor in the union's leadership deciding next course of action.
Non-urgent care was boycotted by doctors across the UK on Thursday and this was a part of the industrial action taken by doctors since 1975.
There were cancellations of non-emergency operations, such as knee and hip replacements, alongwith disruption of appointments at hospitals and GP surgeries.
The union clearly disputed the figure stated by the government of doctors taking part. The government said that only 10 per cent of doctors had taken part.