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We represent doctors both individually and collectively, working with UK governments to lobby for improvements to health and health care.
This month's highlights include updates on Brexit, the meeting of Europe's medical specialists at the BMA, and the new EU health commissioner's thoughts on cancer prevention.
The University and College Union (UCU) is calling for a series of strikes in response to proposed changes to the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS). Read our FAQs for BMA members.
With the prospect of a no deal Brexit looming, the BMA is calling for the public to be able have a final say on any proposed deal.
This paper has been informed by existing BMA work, policy, decisions, consultation with members and written submissions. Read the key principles.
The completed 10-year BMA cohort study provides insights into career choice and working environments in terms of workplace morale and work related stress. Read our findings.
Read the results of more than 2,000 junior doctors who were asked about their attitudes towards and experience of breaks in clinical training.
The latest news, guidance and current issues for general practice from the general practitioners committee (GPC).
GPC are aware of the ongoing issues with the service delivery from Primary Care Support England (PCSE). Read the latest development.
HEE have published the third annual Enhancing Junior Doctors' Working Lives progress report. What does this progress mean for trainees?
The BMA's 2019 annual representative meeting (ARM) is taking place on Sunday 23 - Thursday 27 June at the ICC Belfast.
Access key information for representatives attending ARM 2019.
Find out more about the social events taking place during ARM.
05 December 2019
The importance of creating an environment of trust, learning and accountability in the NHS were the key discussion points at a BMA conference in Belfast.
29 November 2019
The leader of Scotland’s GPs and the Scottish health secretary have called for the pace of transformation to be accelerated to ensure maximum benefit from the new GP contract.
19 November 2019
A temporary plan to alleviate the effects of punitive pension tax charges in Scotland has been cautiously welcomed by the BMA – but it warned UK-wide action is needed to fix the situation.
Experience the benefits a BMA membership offers with specialist advice on issues such as contracts, pay and discrimination.
Get the support you need to progress in your career from an organisation that understands your unique needs and the daily challenges you face.
Gain access to resources, advice and support to help you get peace of mind and rest assured that help is at hand whenever you need it.
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