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30 September 2016
The BMA has called on all political parties in Scotland to stop using the NHS as a political tool and to have an honest debate on what it can and cannot provide.
29 September 2016
The health secretary has been accused of mismanaging health and social care in a parliamentary probe that found unsafe patient discharges were becoming increasingly common.
The Government must rebuild trust with a ‘demotivated and frustrated’ workforce, doctors leaders have warned, after the outcome of a legal challenge to the junior doctors’ contract was announced.
Whatever your view on the outcome of the EU referendum, there is no doubt of the profoundly destabilising force it has exerted upon the country.
So this will be my first emergency intubation in resus, I thought, as I looked at him and took a slow deep breath in.
Failed passwords, automated emails, filling out forms - do we build a digital wall around our patients? https://t.co/rrrAlOTmNG
30 Sep 2016 7:00 PM
‘Harrowing’ human cost of poor discharges prompt accusations that @Jeremy_Hunt has mismanaged #healthandsocialcare https://t.co/PkbSO58kdH
30 Sep 2016 5:30 PM
A new resource that provides practical support and guidance to help manage workload. Find out how practices are adapting to increased pressures.
Contract information and supporting guidance for medical academics employed by universities and other higher education institutions in the UK.
The Workforce Minimum Data Set (WMDS) is a national twice-yearly collection of data on current workforce figures. Practices in England are legally required to provide this information. Find out more.
In August 2016 over 1.2 million people in the UK were working beyond 65 years of age. Read our new guidance that focuses on the occupational factors of an ageing workforce.
Contract advice for overseas trained doctors on what should be included in a contract and when to sign.
For England. Information for consultants on leave entitlements, possible methods of calculating leave and details about working on public holidays.
Contract information and supporting guidance for public health consultants.
Are you an EU national working in the UK? Find out how to gain more security in your immigration status in the UK.
BMA members - get your contract checked by employment law experts and receive it back within 5 working days using our freepost address.
To continue your training after medical school you must apply for the foundation programme. The application period is only open for two weeks a year - use our guide to get key dates and information plus tips for your application.
We've pulled together some practical tips and real life advice to get you through your first year of medical school.
A comprehensive guide on how to become a doctor - from life as a doctor to the ins and outs of applying to medical school.
Flexible working is becoming more commonplace - read our step by step guide and see if LTFT is right for you.
Available in England and Scotland, the fund enables SAS doctors to develop their skills. Find out how to apply and the benefits to your career.
We know how challenging it is starting a new post, whatever stage of your training you're at. Get advice, support and information to help you through your first years of training.
A comprehensive, feasible, and transparent approach to returning to clinical practice after absence.
Making the step from medical school to being an F1 doctor is both daunting and exciting - get everything you need to know for your first year on the foundation programme.
We're here to help you get your CV in top shape, no matter what stage you are in your career.
Read our guidance and blogs on life as a working parent, including interdeanery transfers for junior doctors, using parental leave and breastfeeding.
An introduction to working in the UK for IMG doctors from help with finding a post, access to training and help with your contract. Find out more.
Whether you're seeking guidance on what the result of the EU referendum will mean for your finances, or on your savings and investments our financial experts Chase de Vere can help.
On 5 October the first group of our junior doctor colleagues will be moved on to the new contract. While industrial action is suspended, there is still action to be taken locally. Find out more.
In partnership with Swedish lobbying group Swedwatch, we undertook research on working conditions and labour rights in Pakistan.
We keep track of doctors' workload and wellbeing with the BMA quarterly survey of about 3,000 doctors from across the profession.
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04 October 2016
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04 October 2016
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