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The medical workforce is at the heart of the NHS. We work continuously to monitor the concerns and opinions of doctors and doctors in training to help inform BMA policy.
With the Royal College of Nursing, we have written to the Home Secretary to raise serious concerns about the impact of the Immigration Skills Charge.
Read the BMA's letter urging the Home Secretary to reconsider Dr Luke Ong's deportation case.
Read the BMA letter to the Department of Health raising the concerns about the proposed clinical placement tariff for international medical students.
We have written to the Government in response to their announcement to increase the number of medical school places for 2018/19.
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.
At a time when the NHS is struggling to fill vacancies, we are deeply concerned that visa restrictions and outdated caps for non-EU workers are preventing overseas doctors from caring for patients.
With twelve other health organisations, the BMA has urged Prime Minister Theresa May not to remove Working Time Regulations from UK law.
We are deeply disappointed to learn of the proposed changes to the NHS bursary in England and the impact this will have.
With an insufficient workforce, a funding plan that is no longer sustainable, a growth in population and a sea-change in the level of complex cases being presented, urgent steps need to be taken to save general practice.
BMA Northern Ireland is calling on the government to address the escalating crisis in general practice. Find out more about our public-facing petition campaign.
BMA chair Mark Porter has written to Janet Davis to convey the support of BMA Council of the RCN's consultation on the ongoing pay restraint within the NHS and its proposed summer of activity.
Find out more about our Urgent Prescription for General Practice campaign, which launched in January 2016, and preceded Saving general practice.