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See all our work and research on issues relating to education, training and workforce.
Employers are in a unique position to support a staff member who is experiencing domestic abuse. Find out more.
The 'social contract' between the medical profession, patients and the Government is under strain - our report identifies how this contract should be protected and enhanced.
Our report shows the declining state of the mental health workforce, the workforce's wellbeing and data on workforce numbers.
The BMA is committed to improving the support that it provides to disabled doctors and medical students at all stages of their careers.
Read about our work to improve the mental health of the medical profession, including new research and our wellbeing charter.
The BMA have created a report which explores the unique pressures facing older doctors and outlined how the NHS can support an ageing medical workforce.
Read the findings of the Sessional GP survey 2017 which shows the true extent of problems facing the locum and salaried GP workforce.
We report on doctors' occupational health and wellbeing and give our recommendations to employers
Find out how social and technological changes might affect doctors' sense of vocation, professional values and the doctor-patient relationship in the future.
Having an up-to-date picture of how consultants work is crucial to our ability to represent you. We recently conducted a survey of consultants to understand more about your current workloads and morale. Find out the results.
Our consultation response highlights the immense pressure under which doctors and staff are working in today’s NHS.
Got something to say on health? Then join the BMA online research panel. The panel is your chance to voice your opinions, criticisms and suggestions about topical health issues, helping us to shape and debate policy positions.
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