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Access step-by-step guidance, FAQs and practical tools on the topics you face on a day to day basis. BMA members can call our advisers on 0300 123 1233.
Appraisals are key to demonstrating your fitness to practice. Use our guide to help you understand the appraisal process and how to get the most out of it.
Doctors sometimes have to deal with complaints made against them. Read our advice on how to handle these situations.
Model contracts, terms and conditions, FAQs and guides to help you understand your contract.
Our ethics toolkits gives you essential guidance on the legal and ethical issues you may encounter in your clinical practice.
Everything you need to know as a medical practitioner about fees, including what and when to charge.
Job plans are annual agreements between the employer and the doctor so it is important you understand how best to prepare for your job plan review.
Details of various leave entitlements for different branches of practice and the devolved nations.
A resource for doctors who work as occupational physicians covering all aspects of the role.
Pay scales, guidance and tax information whatever your branch of practice.
Comprehensive guidance and tools to help you with all aspects of the NHS pension scheme.
Find out about setting up and maintaining a private practice, CQC registration, and BUPA and AXA PPP recognition.
Doctors have a duty to raise concerns about patient safety. Read our advice on why, when and how to raise a concern.
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