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We urge doctors to find out more about how changes to the NHS may be impacting the ways in which they work.
A survey of over a thousand adults in England after the 2017 General election reveals deep concerns over the current state of the NHS. Find out more.
The BMA is committed to supporting high-quality community care services. Find out about our work on community care.
The GP Patient Survey is an independent survey run by Ipsos MORI on behalf of NHS England. Read our analysis.
A survey of the potential reasons for patients’ greater reliance upon A&E
Engagement is increasingly important within the medical workforce. Find out what good engagement looks like and how it makes a positive difference.
With annual increases in demand for care, the NHS in England is under a growing amount of pressure and is struggling to meet targets. The BMA is undertaking regular analysis to provide an overview of how the health service is coping.
Social care is a fundamental part of the care and support system in the UK. Learn about the different social care structures across the UK and how they interact with healthcare.
As part of the UK government's devolution agenda, English regions are being given the opportunity to bid for full control of their health and social care budgets.
Find out the facts about NHS funding, read about successful initiatives that have sought to use money in the most effective way and learn how to successfully influence for change.
These new care models for the NHS in England aim to break down traditional divides between primary, secondary and community care, mental health and possibly social care.
More than a year on from the introduction of the HSCA, only 5% of doctors believe it has improved the quality of services for patients.
Understand the different ways in which providers can be paid for seeing and treating patients with our series of briefings.