BMA divisions give you the opportunity to debate local issues with peers in your area.
All BMA members belong to a local division, these are usually run by an honorary secretary who will organise meetings for members throughout the year.
Divisions also send representatives and submit motions to the ARM (annual representative meeting) which become BMA policy if passed.
Most of our divisions have web pages to keep members up to date on what is happening in the area, including information on local meetings, news and events.
If you are actively involved with your division, don't miss out on the division circulars.
These circulars contain key information for honorary secretaries to keep divisions up-to-date on important BMA annual events, such as ARM.
They are emailed to honorary secretaries of BMA divisions and regional councils throughout the year, but you can download the latest version online including the appendices.
- Latest circular - February 2020
- Appendix 1 - how to get a seat at ARM
- Appendix 2 - motion drafting service
- Appendix 3 - RMConf standing order and constitution
- Appendix 4 - RMConf motion form 2020
- Appendix 5 - BMA diversity monitoring
- Appendix 1A - MAPs and NCR pre-ARM briefing
- Appendix 1B - Physician-assisted dying briefing
- Appendix 1C - AI and assistive technologies
- Appendix 1D - SDGs
- Appendix 1E - Trade and privatisation
- A2 Cover letter from the chair of RB
- A3 Motion drafting service
- A4 Drafting motions from the ARM
We are happy to answer any questions or feedback you have about your division. Contact your division honorary secretary or email [email protected].