Doctors who would like to help strengthen the BMA culture and to support its behaviour principles (be professional, be accountable, be representative, be kind and respect others) are urged to put themselves forward to take part in BMA resolution panels.
The BMA is looking for grassroots members with the skills and experience to support our work in this area.
Resolution panels hear complaints that have been made against BMA members under the BMA code of conduct and that have been investigated by our external independent investigators. Panel members consider the complaint and the evidence put to them, before determining whether there has been a breach of the code and whether a sanction would be appropriate.
Candidates will need to be able to have strong analytical, interpersonal and decision-making skills. They will need to be able to commit to attending panel meetings, to completing preparatory work and to undertaking training for the role. Candidates must not currently be part of the BMA’s democratic structures (ie committees, councils etc).
Read the role profile
Members can apply by submitting an expression of interest form by 27 November 2019.
For more information on the role, please contact Daira Moynihan ([email protected]).