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Doctors' pay should be entitled to a 2 per cent rise or brought in line with the wider economy, the BMA has said.
14 February 2018
Patient care and the NHS face ‘severe consequences’ unless those negotiating Brexit can agree on preserving cross-border health arrangements.
Plans to double the cost of the health surcharge levied on non-EEA (European Economic Area) visitors to the UK risks deterring international doctors from working in the NHS.
13 February 2018
Doctors have been promised clarity around gross negligence manslaughter, as part of an urgent inquiry ordered by health secretary Jeremy Hunt.
09 February 2018
Members of the TMA (Turkish Medical Asociation) council have been released following their arrests for warning about the health risks posed by war.
The BMA has called on Turkey to release members of the TMA (Turkish Medical Association), labelling the arrests as ‘a gross violation of international human rights’.
02 February 2018
The Government has faced questions over the stability and performance of PCSE (Primary Care Support Services England) provider Capita, following the firm’s recent profit warning.
The Government must provide assurances to doctors, following a profit warning by Capita, the firm responsible for PSCE (Primary Care Services England).
31 January 2018
The BMA is to address concerns from across the profession following a High Court judgement last week affecting a junior doctor.
Access to out-of-hospital care could be restricted owing to planned efficiency savings by NHS England, an MPs’ report has warned.
26 January 2018
The BMA has pledged to support GPs who take legal action to rectify underpayments and errors resulting from Capita’s primary care support services.
25 January 2018
Hopes of preserving EU funding for cross-border health initiatives between Northern Ireland and the Republic following Brexit, have been buoyed.
24 January 2018