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The BMA is an influential organisation recognised for collective bargaining. We represent doctors both individually and collectively on a wide variety of employment and healthcare policy issues.
Since the High Court ruling into the case of Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba, we know our members have concerns. Find the guidance and resources you need to feel supported.
The BMA, Department of Health and NHS Employers have made an agreement on the future of the local Clinical Excellence Awards in England.
With twelve other health organisations, the BMA has urged Prime Minister Theresa May not to remove Working Time Regulations from UK law.
BMA briefing on the pressures that are impacting the overall recruitment and retention of GPs.
This briefing outlines the BMA's key concerns and recommendations for reducing the significant impact that alcohol has on health and the NHS.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU will have major implications for the UK’s science and research base. We have identified four key areas which the government needs to address as a matter of urgency.
Healthcare first - a Brexit blueprint for Europe, outlines our key asks in five key area. Read more.
The European funding brief details the EU funding opportunities for 2017 available under the 3rd EU Health Programme.
We are committed to improving the health of people in the UK and across Europe. Find out more about our key priorities and work in the EU.
We have always advocated the highest standards of human rights in healthcare, both for clinicians and patients.
The Medical Fair and Ethical Trade Group campaigns for fair and ethical trade in the production and supply of medical supplies. Find out more about the issues.
Workers in developing countries are suffering labour rights abuses. We campaign for fair medical trade in the manufacture and procurement of healthcare goods.
From evidence-based medicine to open data, read the latest campaigns and investigations from the BMJ