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    • 3 months ago

    Academic trainees

    Academic trainees are represented in the BMA by the Joint Academic Trainees Subcommittee (JATS) of both MASC and the JDC . An academic trainee is defined as being a junior doctor with an academic or research component to their training. JATS has the responsibility...
  • Want to supervise GP trainees in OOH?

    Due to a shortage of GP trainers working in in Out of Hours (OOH) many providers use non-trainer GPs to supervise GP trainees. I have been doing this for the past 5 years working for Devon Doctors On Call. In Devon, we have a one day training course...
  • GPC GP trainees subcommittee

    A private space for members of the GP trainees subcommittee to communicate with one another and the BMA
  • GP trainees: give us the time to train

    Are trainees used as so-called ‘service fodder’? This has been a perennial concern for junior doctors, including GP trainees, and trainers alike. Moves by both the BMA and GMC to rename us ‘doctors in training’ is to emphasise...
  • Equal pay and less than full time trainees

    10 November marked Equal Pay Day , the day from which women workers in the UK effectively work for free for the rest of the year because of the magnitude of the gender pay gap in the UK. A 2015 study found that male medical graduates earned 35 per cent...
  • Canterbury trainees

    On 21/03 HEE KSS recommended that East Kent Trust move many of their Junior Doctors from Canterbury to Ashford and Margate sites, please find below a copy of a more detailed briefing in relation to this. It was discussed at the Local Negotiating Committee...
    • 3 months ago

    GP trainees subcommittee

    GP trainees subcommittee The GP trainees subcommittee is part of the BMA's general practitioners committee (GPC UK). We provide national representation for all doctors on a GP training programme. GP trainees subcommittee Subcommittee overview An overview...
  • Are you a GP trainee? Keep up-to-date with our work

    As a GP Trainee and a member of the BMA, it is important that you’re kept fully up-to-date with the work that your regionally elected GP Trainee representatives are doing to support your training and that you have the opportunity to share your view...
    • 3 months ago

    Academic trainees conference 2017

    This one-day conference provided a national forum in which attendees were given the opportunity to network, learn how to make the most of their academic training, and develop their career, through a programme informed by the views of academic trainees...
    • 3 months ago

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    British Medical Associationbma.org.ukGP Trainees and LMCs working together effectivelyIntroductionLMCs (local medical committees) are the bodies that represent the interests of all GPs at a local level, and as membership organisations their strength lies...