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    RE: BMA: Our YouTube channel is getting a reboot, and we need your help!

    [email protected] 3rd year medical student have completed various summer research projects and can give advice. Happy to help
    • over 2 years ago

    Burnout threat prompts staffing level rethink

    The level of stress and burnout among doctors and medical students needs to be assessed, the BMA annual representative meeting has said. The ARM in Edinburgh agreed there was increasing potential for medical professionals to experience such health issues...
    • over 2 years ago

    Public health challenges demand devolution clarity

    There should be clearer powers for the Welsh government to enact public health legislation, doctors leaders have said. BMA Welsh public health medicine committee chair Mark Temple made the call after the results of the latest Welsh Health Survey were...
    • over 1 year ago

    BMA-Survey-of-GPs-in-England-Final-report

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    • 4 months ago

    Info-man-tech-gov-policy-workplan

    Information Management, Technology and Information Governance Policy Group – Work Planner 2017-18 Terms of reference: • To consider and develop policy on all matters relating to NHS GP Information, Management and Technology (IM&T) and all other relevant...
    • over 2 years ago

    ARM-2016-Wednesday-22-June-2016-FINAL

    ARM 2016: Motions passed Wednesday 22 June 2016 ARM agenda No. SCOTLAND 84 That this meeting strongly opposes the use of demographic data collected by the NHS to compile or populate a database of Scottish tax payers. 85 That this meeting appreciates the...
    • over 2 years ago

    Public health impact tests scrapped

    Doctors are disappointed by the scrapping of a proposal that would have seen all government policies assessed for their impact on public health. The suggestion was contained in a green paper for the Public Health Bill in Wales but has been dropped from...
    • 4 months ago

    Letter-to-LMC-re-meeting-between-GPC-and-NHS-England-Dec2017

    Registered as a Company limited by Guarantee. Registered No. 8848 England. Registered office: BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP. Listed as a Trade Union under the Trade Union and Labour Relations Act 1974. BMA House Tavistock Square London...
    • over 1 year ago

    3. Information provision

    How much information should patients be given in order for the consent to be valid? The amount of information doctors provide to each patient will vary according to factors such as the nature and severity of the condition, the complexity of the treatment...
    • over 2 years ago

    Doctors decry FGM on eve of ‘cutting season’

    Doctors have overwhelmingly condemned FGM (female genital mutilation), saying it is never therapeutically justified and should end now. They have called on the government to protect girls and young women from the practice – which is illegal in the...