Dr Anthea Mowat is the elected BMA Representative Body chair and is an associate specialist in anaesthesia and chronic pain management at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston which is part of United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust (ULHT).
In the past she has been the chair of the ULHT medical staff local negotiating committee for 9 years. She was also SAS tutor for ULHT for 6 years, until June 2016.
Her previous national roles in the BMA have included being deputy chair Representative Body, ARM Agenda Committee, SASC conference chair, deputy chair of the SAS committee, and SASC Strategy Policy and Procedure committee chair. She was involved in negotiations for the SAS contract between 2003 and 2008. She is a member of the NHS Staff Council.
She has been Chairman and Honorary Secretary of Holland Division, and Deputy Chair of East Midlands Regional Council. She also chaired the Conference of Honorary Secretaries of Divisions.
In addition to her work at the BMA, Anthea is a member of the SAS committee of the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI).
She is honoured to have been awarded the BMA Association medal in 2010, and the AAGBI Pask Certificate of Honour in 2009.
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