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Non-clinical masterclasses

We are pleased to introduce our new suite of one day BMA non-clinical masterclasses, taking place in various locations.

Covering a range of topics, these interactive and practical masterclasses are aimed to give all branches of practice practical skills and guidance on how to successfully manage stressful real-world situations, become an effective leader and adapt in an increasingly pressurised environment.

Attendance at these events is available at just £150 as part of your BMA membership.

You'll learn all of this plus:

  • a certificate of attendance (6 CPD credits)
  • opportunities to learn in small groups of up to 30 people, tailored to the needs of those in the room
  • dedicated question time with the experts
  • opportunities to network and learn with your peers


Book your place today

Practical skills… leadership and management for doctors

Whether you are an experienced leader looking to improve your effectiveness or new to leadership and looking to expand your potential, we have curated two streams of complementary workshops which will present key leadership and management issues relevant to your career stage.

The day will give an overview of the latest leadership theories as well as an understanding of the Healthcare Leadership model that will help you understand how its principles are relevant to everyone in every-day healthcare.

Thursday 27 September, Manchester


Practical skills... for maintaining wellbeing at work

The aim of the day is to strengthen you and equip you with the insight and ability to recover and reboot, so that you can enjoy a happier and healthier approach to your work.

The focus of the day is all about looking after you, and your ongoing self-care, so that you can continue the fantastic work you do for your patients.

Friday 11 May, London


Practical skills... time management and taking control

This popular masterclass will look at both practical tips and tools which you can apply immediately to enable you to better plan, organise and prioritise your time, as well as exploring those behavioural changes that will help you feel more confident in delegating, negotiating and influencing and communicating assertively with both colleagues and patients.

Wednesday 27 June, Birmingham