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We represent doctors both individually and collectively, working with UK governments to lobby for improvements to health and health care.
Get all the information you need for this year's Annual Representatives Meeting (ARM) taking place in Bournemouth from 25 to 29 June 2017.
We have produced a series of briefings to help inform your debate with colleagues and aid your decisions at the 2017 ARM.
Last year's ARM took place in Belfast from 19 to 23 June 2016. See some of the highlights from the conference.
We have written to the Government in response to their announcement to increase the number of medical school places for 2018/19.
The BMA has been working hard to safeguard the future of the medical profession and the patients we serve following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016.
'A vote for health' is the BMA's manifesto for the General Election 2017. Use our online tool to contact your local candidates on the key issues facing the NHS.
Read our review on how medical professionals can best support individuals affected by prescribed drugs associated with dependence and withdrawal.
The BMA has a long history supporting measures to reduce tobacco-related harm, and has developed wide-ranging policy in this area.
Read our report, Healthy transport = Healthy lives, that looks at the way the effect on population health by the increasing use and development of transport in modern life.
This year's conference was held on 12-13 May at BMA House in London. Find out more about the event and see the highlights.
View the results of the 2016-17 election of seats for representatives on a variety of BMA committees.
Details of the BMA General Practitioners Committee, including its members, priorities and contract negotiation updates.
25 May 2017
Candidates wishing to stand in upcoming elections for BMA committees are urged to ensure they meet the association’s election requirements.
BMA representative body members can use their laptops, tablets or smart phones to cast their votes for candidates standing in this year’s committee elections.
24 May 2017
Staff, associate specialist and specialty doctors must seize the chance to shape their professional futures or risk someone else doing it for them, a conference has heard.
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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