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We represent doctors both individually and collectively, working with UK governments to lobby for improvements to health and health care.
With twelve other health organisations, the BMA has urged Prime Minister Theresa May not to remove Working Time Regulations from UK law.
The 2017 autumn Budget was a missed opportunity to provide vital support for the NHS. Read the BMA's response.
The NHS is turning 70 on 4 July 2018. Find out about initiatives taking place at BMA and around the country to help celebrate.
With annual increases in demand for care, the NHS in England is under a growing amount of pressure and is struggling to meet targets. The BMA is undertaking regular analysis to provide an overview of how the health service is coping.
Find out more about the BMA's 18 year campaign for a 'soft' opt-out system for organ donation in the UK.
With the NHS at breaking point, fewer people are choosing medicine as a career. Read our briefing on medical recruitment.
Details of the GPC including its members, priorities and contract negotiation updates.
BMA Northern Ireland is sponsoring a leadership award for medical students as part of the Northern Ireland Healthcare Awards. Apply or nominate now.
The latest news, guidance and current issues for general practice from the general practitioners committee.
The BMA's 2018 annual representative meeting (ARM) will take place Sunday 24 - Thursday 28 June at the The Brighton Centre.
Access key information for representatives attending ARM 2018.
Last year’s ARM took place in Bournemouth from 25 to 29 June 2017. See some of the highlights from the ARM conference.
19 February 2018
The BMA is supporting a test case for a junior doctor, who acts as a representative for 20 others, which will confirm whether the trust which employed them in their first years as doctors in training breached their contracts of employment when monitoring their ability to take breaks required throughout the working day.
Mental health services for children and young people are still ‘poorly funded’ despite significant Government investment in services, frontline staff believe.
We asked you to give first-hand accounts of the human toll of working in an NHS experiencing perhaps its worst winter crisis in living memory. More than 160 doctors responded. Peter Blackburn tells their story
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