Committee electionsThe BMA uses an online system for committee and conference elections. Find out how to vote, nominate yourself as a candidate, and see current and upcoming elections.
BMA leadership programmesThe BMA leadership programmes are free, one-day, CPD-accredited courses that equip elected members with the skills and confidence needed to effectively lead others.
BMA valuing difference programmeBecome a better leader through valuing difference and inclusivity via our free, one day, CPD-accredited programme.
Committee visitors schemeCommittee visitors can attend meetings, join discussions and influence decisions that affect the medical profession. For many, it's a chance to experience the process before deciding to stand as an elected representative.
Committee mentoring programmeThe BMA committee mentoring programme provides guidance and support to new committee members, helping them to navigate BMA processes and fulfil their responsibilities.
Taking part in a BMA committeeResources for both new and experienced committee members, and advice for those thinking about joining a BMA committee.
Care support for BMA activitiesWe provide a range of care facilities to allow committee and board members to fully participate in BMA activities.
Armed forces committee
Armed forces committee overviewThe AFC (armed forces committee) represents the interests of all BMA member doctors in the armed forces.
Board of science
Board of science overviewThe BoS (board of science) promotes the medical and allied sciences, contributes to the development of effective public health policies, and supports medical research.
Civil and public and services committee
Civil and public and services committee overviewThe CPSC (civil and public and services committee) considers and acts on matters affecting medical staff employed by government departments.
Committee for medical managers
Committee for medical managers overviewThe CMM (committee for medical managers) supports medical managers with advice on contracts, pay, disciplinary issues and contractual matters.
Committee on community care
Committee on community careThe CCC (committee on community care) is a multi branch of practice group that considers and reports on changes, trends and policy in community care.
Consultants committee UK overviewThe consultants committee is the only body that represents all consultants in the UK. Find out more about our priorities, membership and annual conference.
Northern Ireland consultants committeeThe Northern Ireland consultants committee represents all consultants working in Northern Ireland. Find out more about our priorities, meetings and membership.
Regional consultants committeesRegional consultants committees (RCCs) provide representation for consultants in England. Find contact details and meeting dates for your nearest RCC.
Scottish consultants committeeThe Scottish consultants committee represents all consultants working in Scotland. Find out more about our priorities, meetings and membership.
Welsh consultants committeeThe Welsh consultants committee represents all consultants working in Wales. Find out more about our priorities, meetings and membership.
UK consultants conferenceThe conference provides an opportunity for consultants from across the UK to come together to discuss the issues that affect the profession and to influence the work of the UK CC.
Forensic and secure environments committee
Forensic and secure environments committee overviewThe FSEC (forensic and secure environments committee) provides a UK-wide voice on issues affecting doctors working in secure environments and those involved in the medical examiner, cremation and coronial system.
General practitioners committee
General practitioners committee UK overview
The GPC (general practitioners committee) is the only body which represents all GPs in the UK. It deals with all matters affecting NHS GPs, whether they are BMA members or not.
England general practitioners committeeGPC England is the representative body for GPs in England. Find out more about our meetings, members and priorities.
Northern Ireland general practitioners committeeThe Northern Ireland general practitioners committee (NIGPC) represents all general practitioners working in Northern Ireland. Find out more about our members, meetings and priorities.
Scottish general practitioners committeeThe Scottish GPC (general practitioners committee) represents all general practitioners working in Scotland. Find out more about our priorities, meetings and members.
Welsh general practitioners committeeGPC (general practitioners committee) Wales represents all general practitioners working in Wales. Find out more about our priorities, meetings and members.
GP trainees committeeThe GP trainees committee is part of the GPC (general practitioners committee). We provide national representation for all doctors on a GP training programme.
Sessional GPs committeeThe sessional GPs committee is part of the GPC (general practitioners committee). We provide national representation for all salaried and locum GPs.
International committee overviewThe international committee explores European, international and immigration issues of interest to the medical profession and makes policy recommendations.
Junior doctors committee
Junior doctors committee UK overview
The junior doctors committee (JDC) are dedicated to focusing their work on the key issues and challenges facing all junior doctors. Find out more about our members, meetings and priorities.