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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 armed forces committee represents the interests of all doctors in the armed forces, whether or not they are BMA members.
Through the work of the Board of Science (BoS) the BMA is able to raise awareness of important medical evidence in relation to promoting the health of the public.
The RMConf presents an opportunity for retired members of the BMA to meet and discuss relevant issues.
SAS doctors are staff grade, associate specialist and specialty doctors.
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The BMA's 2018 annual representative meeting (ARM) took place Sunday 24 - Thursday 28 June at the The Brighton Centre.
Access key information for representatives attending ARM 2018.
Find out more about the social events taking place during ARM.
Get involved and nominate yourself for a committee role.
Nominations are invited from members for various council committees. Find out how to apply.
As an elected member, you will be given a guide to help you through your induction. Find out more about the guide.
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.
As a member of a committee, find out how to order BMA promotional materials, to share the benefits of joining the BMA to your peers..
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