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We have a number of negotiating committees, officially recognised by the health departments in national negotiations for NHS doctors and by the Doctors' and Dentists' Review Body.
Details of the BMA General Practitioners Committee, including its members, priorities and contract negotiation updates.
Consultants and specialists are represented by the BMA CC and three national committees.
Doctors who are not GPs, or in training grades and whose posts do not require them to be on the specialist register are represented by the SASC.
The public health medicine committee discusses all matters affecting public health medicine and public health physicians.
The Medical Students Committee (MSC) is the BMA branch of practice committee that represents medical students in the UK.
The armed forces committee represents the interests of all doctors in the armed forces, whether or not they are BMA members.
Get involved and nominate yourself for a committee role, and see who was successful in 2016.
Make sure you're up to speed with our new online system for nominating and voting in BMA committee elections.
We have a range of initiatives to help BMA members get more involved with committee activities.
This year's BMA annual representative meeting (ARM) will take place in Bournemouth on Sunday 25 - Thursday 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.
Information, news and social from ARM 2016, including media coverage, debates and a day by day update of what happened in Belfast.