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We have a number of specialist and negotiating committees. Our negotiating committees are officially recognised by the health departments in national negotiations for NHS doctors and by the Doctors' and Dentists' Review Body.
Details of the GPC including its members, priorities and contract negotiation updates.
The Junior Doctors Committee (JDC) stands up for the rights of all junior doctors on education, training and contractual issues. We negotiate to shape junior doctors work and training in the NHS.
Consultants and specialists are represented by the BMA CC and three national committees.
The Medical Students Committee (MSC) is the BMA branch of practice committee that represents medical students in the UK.
The public health medicine committee discusses all matters affecting public health medicine and public health physicians.
Get involved and nominate yourself for a committee role, and see who was successful in 2016.
Nominations are invited from members for various council committees. Find out how to apply.
Make sure you're up to speed with our new online system for nominating and voting in BMA committee elections.
As a member of a BMA committee, you are expected to follow the guidelines and policies in place to protect you and the organisation.
You could play a vital role in representing doctors' interests and ensure their voices are heard.
Your new role may feel a bit daunting but we have lots of helpful advice and resources to support you.
We value your commitment and your input. Here are some helpful resources, information, key policies and contact points.
This year’s ARM took place in Bournemouth from 25 to 29 June 2017. See some of the highlights from the conference.
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.
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