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We are working hard to safeguard the future of the medical profession and the patients you serve following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
For the UK to continue to provide safe and reliable healthcare services and to remain globally competitive in the life sciences, it must be able to recruit and retain doctors from the EEA and elsewhere in the world.
Our manifesto sets out what the BMA believe needs to be achieved for doctors and patients during the Brexit negotiations and beyond. Read more.
Brexit risks undermining healthcare in the UK and Europe, the BMA has warned in an address to the European Parliament.
A survey of EU doctors working in the UK has found that nearly half are considering leaving following the EU referendum result, with almost one in five already having solid plans to relocate elsewhere.
The NHS could face costs of £500m a year following Brexit, unless agreement is reached on maintaining reciprocal rights to healthcare, a report has warned.
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We asked doctors to tell us about the impact of the 2016 EU referendum, and 977 doctors responded. Here's what they said.
Sufficient progress. Those two words may determine the UK’s future relationship with Europe but are as ambiguous as asking ’how long is a piece of string?’
Brexit could lead to changes in competition and procurement law in the UK and how it is applied to healthcare services.
The BMA believes it will be vital for the UK to continue to work closely with Euratom after Brexit.
The UK and EU should negotiate a formal agreement to maintain access to EU research programmes after Brexit.
The UK and EU need to maintain an effective working relationship on medicines and medical devices regulation after Brexit.
Retaining reciprocal healthcare arrangements needs to be an important consideration during the Brexit negotiations.
NHS staff in England who are nationals of a county outside the UK
NHS staff in England who are nationals of other EU countries
Health and social work staff in Scotland who are EU nationals
Find out more about our Brexit work and view our timeline of activity, 'Brexit: One year on'.
Our parliamentary briefing papers and consultations outline our position on Brexit.
The BMA continues to work with European partners to safeguard the future of the medical profession and the patients we serve.
Read our correspondence with ministers on the impact of Brexit on the UK medical profession and health services.
We strive to establish policy positions in key areas on a range of topics relating to the impact of Brexit on the UK healthcare system.
We've produced a variety of guidance, news, and opinion pieces to help keep you informed about Brexit and its impact on the medical workforce.
Keep up to date with the latest Brexit news and read our coverage on this topic.