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Join the Advisory Panel, help us shape new propositions and get to know doctors from different branches of practice!

It’s vital we know what you think so we can understand what you really need from the BMA. As a member of our Advisory Panel, you will be an active partner in discussion groups, where you can share your ideas and suggestions and help shape new initiatives and offerings. As a representative of your branch of practice, you will help us explore the needs and concerns of doctors and medical students and help us understand issues at grass root level, so that we can tailor our services accordingly. You can also network with other doctors in a friendly and informal atmosphere and learn from those in different roles, whether it be in academia or managerial.

Getting involved couldn’t be easier and all travel and reasonable expenses will be included. Advisory Panel members meet at BMA House, London, every two months. Your input will help to refine ideas for training and new services and benefits. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, 29 June, 2:00pm-4:00pm and we would highly welcome your active participation.

If you’d like to be involved in the Advisory Panel and help shape our work, email [email protected] or call Lynette George on 020 7383 6097.

Apply to be a member of our BMA Advisory Panel, to shape new initiatives and gain skills for your professional development. Contact [email protected] for further information.

*All return economy class travel expenses included.