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Read the first of our highly commended entries, Death Warmed Up, written by ST4 in emergency medicine Anjali Harrison.
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21 July 2016
The success of doctors in training should not be determined by their ethnicity or background — and action to improve fairness and equality in the NHS is needed.
GPs in Northern Ireland are asking their patients to back a new campaign to secure the survival of general practice.
The poor treatment of junior doctors, coupled with the misuse of weekend mortality statistics, led to ‘simmering discontent’, NHS England medical director Professor Sir Bruce Keogh has admitted.
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.
At the appointed time, in a designated room somewhere in the hospital, two sets of weary people convene ... it's handover time.
In career terms, junior doctor Anna Riemen appeared to have all her ducks in a row. But events on 23 June changed all that – throwing Miss Riemen’s life and career plans into disarray.
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24 Jul 2016 6:00 PM
GP? We’ve launched a dedicated Twitter account to keep you up-to-date on #generalpractice news, tools and resources. Follow @BMA_GP
24 Jul 2016 4:00 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 to help you at each stage of your new job - for junior doctors, GP specialty registrars, GP trainees.
Understand your legal, contractual and professional responsibilities when declaring criminal convictions and staying up to date with criminal record checks.
Guidance on the contractual conditions affecting general practice finances and funding.
Contract information and supporting guidance for medical academics employed by universities and other higher education institutions in the UK.
We update our guidance regularly to help keep you up to speed with the latest changes. See whether new immigration rules will affect your work or training.
Answers to your common questions about joining other locum GPs to form a chambers, a model used as an alternative way of organising locum work.
BMA members - get your contract checked by employment law experts and receive it back within 5 working days using our freepost address.
For England, Scotland and Wales. How many public holidays are you entitled to? How does it work in practice? What if you're part time? Find out the facts.
We've pulled together some practical tips and real life advice to get you through your first year of medical school.
Watch the video, read our FAQs and get all the information you need to successfully complete your CESR application as a SAS doctor.
Being a medical student is challenging at the best of times, especially for those who may face additional hurdles.
A comprehensive guide on how to become a doctor - from life as a doctor to the ins and outs of applying to medical school.
Get an inside look at the medical specialties and career choices available to you.
Information to encourage people from a broad range of backgrounds into a medical career.
We answer common questions about joining the armed forces reserves as part of your medical career.
For SAS doctors, developing a portfolio of evidence to your work is incredibly valuable. See more on the benefits and where to start.
This guide aims to provide all doctors with a comprehensive, feasible, and transparent approach to returning to clinical practice by identifying a 'model process'.
Find out what discrimination is and how to tackle it with our advice for employees and employers.
As a busy doctor, keeping ahead of the latest tax developments and dealing with tax matters can be time-consuming and challenging. Our tax experts Ernst and Young can help.
Financial entitlements and available funding differs according to where you live whilst you are studying medicine in the UK.
In response to the junior doctors' contract referendum result, we've launched a survey to get your views. Find out how to have your say.
BMA council chair Mark Porter condemns the plight of refugees in Calais in a letter to the French Ambassador.
We would like to invite nominations for election to seats for representatives on a variety of BMA committees for the 2016-17 session.
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10 August 2016
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10 August 2016
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16 August 2016
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