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The BMA Armed Forces Committee represents the interests of all BMA member doctors in the armed forces.
Overview of the AFC, its priorities, chair and meeting information.
Read about our current priorities and progress, and about what we have been working on and the guidance we have produced.
You said, we did. Read about what the AFC has achieved over the last year.
The armed forces conference is an annual event that brings our membership together. Read more about our next conference and share your ideas for future conferences.
Did you know that members of the armed forces in the UK pay a concessional rate for their BMA membership?
Sometimes it's hard to talk but it helps.
The BMA Counselling and Doctor Advisor services are completely confidential and are not linked to any other external or internal agencies.
Doctors aren't bulletproof.
Watch our video about the impact stress can have over time.
Are you drinking for enjoyment or to help make it through the day? Do you feel burned out all the time?
Take our quick tests.
Have a say in how your profession is run. Participate as a non-voting committee member.
Join the BMA committee visitors scheme
Nominate yourself for a role in a committee, council or board.
A a range of initiatives to help you get more involved with committee and volunteering activities.
Remember to check and update your specialty, grade, place of work and contact details to ensure your BMA record is up-to-date.
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