In response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 crisis, we are bringing forward our plans to switch over beta.bma.org.uk to become the new version of the BMA website.
This is to provide all doctors with the most up-to-date information and guidance in this uncertain and fast-changing environment for the profession. We want to make our website as easy and intuitive to use as possible to allow doctors to concentrate on the vital work needed to protect lives.
For a short period, some services will remain on the old site. We have highlighted those tools and functions below for your quick reference.
Please bear with us as we continue to build the new version of the BMA website and to publish new guidance on the latest COVID-19 developments.
Can I still access the old site?
You can still access archive.bma.org.uk because not all topics and full functionality are available yet on the new site.
We are working on this and will inform our users on our progress regularly.
We will no longer be updating content on the old version of the website.
The BMA website has been undergoing a huge transformation over the past year. Find out more about what has changed.
What is not yet on the new site?
- Sign in – you can view your membership details on archive.bma.org.uk.
- Sign in – tools and services just for members, these are only available on archive.bma.org.uk, but will be linked to from the appropriate section on this site.
- BMA library
- Learning and development
- Life and work in the UK
- Career progression
- LNC reps area
Can't find what you're looking for?
If there is information you need, and you cannot find it on the new version of the website, there are a few things to try: