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We represent doctors both individually and collectively, working with UK governments to lobby for improvements to health and health care.
We are committed to improving the health of people in the UK and across Europe. Find out more about our key priorities and work in the EU.
The BMA are working with NHS Employers and the DHSC to review the 2016 junior doctor contract in England.
This month's highlights include updates on Brexit, elections to the European Parliament and the BMA's gathering of Europe’s junior doctors. Read more.
NHS trusts are being forced to open thousands of extra beds to cope with year-round pressures. The government must ensure the 'core bed stock' grows by at least 3,000 beds to reach a level that can cope with year-round demand,
BMA analysis reveals key NHS performance indicators are projected to deteriorate over the next three years.
'Caring, supportive, collaborative: a future vision for the NHS' is a project which aims to be an honest conversation with our profession about the sort of NHS doctors want to work in. Find out more.
HEE have published the third annual Enhancing Junior Doctors' Working Lives progress report. What does this progress mean for trainees?
Visit these pages during ARM 2019 for a snapshot of what will be taking place throughout the week.
The latest news, guidance and current issues for general practice from the general practitioners committee (GPC).
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.
27 June 2019
The BMA’s relationship with the Review Body on Doctors’ and Dentists’ Remuneration is a longstanding one.
Junior doctors in England have voted overwhelmingly in favour of accepting negotiated contract improvements – accepting an investment in terms and conditions of £90m over four years and a 2 per cent pay uplift each year.
26 June 2019
‘I’ve witnessed first-hand what suicide leaves behind,’ MSC co-chair Gurdas Singh told the annual representative meeting in Belfast
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