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The BMA aims to create a positive impact on the lives of staff, members, the environment, the local community and wider society.
Overview of the BMA's corporate social environmental responsibilities.
We get involved in charitable giving in a number of ways.
Our activities on sustainable practices, recycling and reducing our carbon footprint.
Designed to create a pool of talent that could eventually become future leaders within the BMA.
An opportunity for one young technology enthusiast to gain vital experience as well as important qualifications.
Interested in a work experience placement with the BMA? Find out more.
BMA House on Tavistock Square was the site at which the number 30 bus blast occurred and 13 people lost their lives.
An awareness day, week or month is usually health related and engage the public in important health information.
As a member we are committed to ensuring that the BMA is a fully accessible organisation for both employees and members alike.
A confidential, not for profit, psychotherapeutic consultation service for all doctors in the UK, supported by the BMA and the RMBF.
Our work in health and human rights seeks to uphold fundamental human rights in health practice.
The BMA garden was the setting for a series of evening lectures and discussions on plant medicines.
We campaign to ensure ethical procurement across the healthcare industry.
The BMA Humanitarian Fund helps teams undertaking humanitarian projects.
We are proud to be an accredited living wage employer.
Find our latest vacancies and hear first-hand accounts of what it's like to work at the BMA.
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