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    • over 2 years ago

    Brexit: on the edge

    CARE CRISIS: Social care looks set to hit new lows This weekend marks one year since the UK voted to leave the EU – and the future for the NHS in ‘Brexit Britain’ is still unclear. Peter Blackburn reports from NHS Confed 17, the NHS...
    • 10 months ago

    Healthcare first - a Brexit blueprint for Europe

    Our manifesto, Healthcare first – a Brexit blueprint for Europe - sets out what the BMA believes needs to be achieved during the Brexit negotiations and beyond, so that doctors can continue to deliver the high quality health services patients deserve...
    • 8 months ago

    BMA Brexit briefings

    The BMA has published a series of briefings, which outline our policy positions on a range of key issues relating to the impact of Brexit on the UK healthcare system. The briefings outline proposals for how the UK and EU can maintain a working relationship...
    • 10 months ago

    Beyond Brexit - International trade and health

    The UK will be able to negotiate new international trade agreements after Brexit. Trade agreements can change policy in ways that affect health, both within the UK and globally. These include policies on procurement and provision of public services, regulation...
    • over 1 year ago

    Brexit manifesto

    Healthcare first – a Brexit blueprint for EuropeMessage from BMA chairThe challenges posed to our health service by Brexit are considerable: from the workforce and Northern Ireland to regulation and research, there is barely a part of the health service...
    • over 1 year ago

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    British Medical Associationbma.org.ukBREXIT BRIEFINGEuratom and Brexit 2 British Medical Association Euratom and Brexit Key points – Euratom facilitates a secure and consistent supply of radioisotopes which have a range of applications in medicine. They...
    • 10 months ago

    Navigating Brexit: what next for the NHS?

    Join the BMA and the BMJ to look at the impact of Brexit on health services across the UK - from workforce and regulation, to reciprocal healthcare and medical research, there’s barely a part of the health service that will be unaffected by the...
    • 10 months ago

    The impact of Brexit on patient care

    On 19 September 2017, the BMA patient liaison group hosted a symposium to discuss how the UK’s withdrawal from the EU will impact on health services and patient care. The event explored the potential implications Brexit could have on: regulation...
    • 8 months ago

    Brexit preparedness - health and medicines

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    • 10 months ago

    Brexit and the European medical profession

    Brexit and the European medical profession This free evening discussion will allow members and non-members the opportunity to hear first hand what steps are being taken to prepare for Brexit. Date: 28 November 2018 Location: Glasgow Time: 6:00PM - 8:00PM...