Catch up on all the latest news, views and resources for doctors working in:
- police custody
- immigration removal centres
- sexual assault referral centres
- forensic pathology
- forensic psychiatry
- coronial services
FMC News Issue 1
GPC: Prison GP conference
27 January 2017
To register interest for this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
FMC: Secure environments conference
7 September 2017
For all doctors that work in justice and immigration settings. To register interest please contact email@example.com
Want to know what the BMA does for you?
We are always keen to speak to new people and understand what issues there are for
members working in the above settings. There are also opportunities to join the forensic
medicine committee so please do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries
or suggestions. If you’re interested in what the committee does, why not join our
visitors’ scheme where you can attend and observe one of our meetings.
Do you work in prison?
There is a new email discussion forum for prison GPs run by the BMA for both members and
non-members. It’s a great place to raise queries and share best practice: you are not alone!
To participate contact Karen Day email@example.com.
Do you work in immigration removal centres?
The BMA is very keen to know more about doctors working within immigration and the challenges this setting brings. We are in the process of developing joint guidance with the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine for all healthcare professionals dealing with victims of torture and would value your unique perspectives. If you’re interested in contributing to this contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Not a member?
There has never been a more crucial time to join. Find out how the BMA can support you in your job and
the many other benefits we can offer:
Employment advice – Experience the benefits a BMA membership offers with specialist advice on issues
such as contracts, pay and discrimination
Career development – Get the support you need to progress in your career from an organisation that
understands your unique needs and the daily challenges you face
Work-life support – Gain access to resources, advice and support to help you get peace of mind and rest
assured that help is at hand whenever you need it.