On Thursday there will be a 12 hour national strike by members of 10 health unions across England.
For most staff this will be from 9.00am to 9.00pm. For Ambulance staff it will be from 12.00 noon to 12.00 midnight.
The strike is part of the health unions' ongoing fight to restore the value of staff pay in the NHS, secure a £7.65 per hour rate for low paid staff, and an above inflation pay rise for 2015-16.
The health unions are planning to organise picket lines at every NHS hospital and ambulance station from 9.00am and 12.00noon respectively.
GMATUC urge everyone who is able, who supports these modest objectives, to show their solidarity with members of the NHS unions on Thursday, by joining the union picket lines closest to where you live or work, and if you live in the Greater Manchester area, by attending the NHS Strike Rally in Manchester at 12.30pm at the Club Academy, Manchester University Students Union on Oxford Road.
For those who can't manage that, you could still send a message of support, e-mail or tweet your MP, or write to your local newspaper. It all helps.
You can find out more details about the strike and the health unions' campaign, including other ideas about what you can do to show your support here:
Society of Radiographers
You can also sign the RCM petition over pay: