Consultants Committee

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Overview of the UK Consultants Committee (UK CC)

The UK Consultants Committee (UK CC) is the only body that represents all consultants in the UK.

It deals with all matters affecting consultants, whether or not they are BMA members. In addition to negotiating national terms and conditions, the UK CC takes an interest in all matters concerning the professional lives of consultants.


Our priorities

Current priorities of the UK CC


Who we are

The UK CC is represented by the chair, deputy chairs and voting and non-voting members.


The UK CC chair is Rob Harwood

Committee membership

Find out who sits on the committee


Our meetings

The UK CC meets four times each year to discuss the latest issues and develop national policy and strategy.

Dates for the 2018-19 session

  • Thursday 11 October 2018

  • Tuesday 30 October to Wednesday 31 October 2018 (away days)

  • Thursday 13 December 2018

  • Thursday 28 February 2019

  • Thursday 6 June 2019

The executive subcommittee will meet on these dates:

  • Tuesday 4 September 2018
  • Tuesday 22 January 2019
  • Tuesday 30 April 2019
  • Tuesday 2 July 2019

Who can come

UK CC meetings are open to committee members only. Non-members can apply for the BMA committee visitors scheme.

Where we meet

BMA House
Tavistock Square

More information

For more information email [email protected]


Regional committee meetings

Regional consultants committees (RCCs) meet four times a year throughout the country.

Find out the next meeting information for your region


UK consultants conference

The annual UK consultants conference usually takes place in late February or early March and is held at BMA House.

The conference provides an opportunity for consultants from across the UK to come together to discuss the issues that affect you and to influence the work of the UK CC.

This year's conference took place on Wednesday 28 February 2018. 

View highlights from the 2018 conference