The CPSC (civil and public and services committee) considers and acts on matters affecting medical staff employed by government departments.
As a committee that has a wide and varied membership, our efforts continue to focus on establishing who our membership is and what types of roles fall within our remit.
Following a survey of our membership, there are clear inconsistencies with how members have chosen to categorise themselves within the civil service membership grades, which makes engagement more challenging.
We are looking to change the membership categorisation of our civil service grades to more relevant and identifiable titles and encourage members to update their employment details. Only then can we better engage with our members and ensure the committee reflects this.
Chair: Dr Eliott King
The committee is composed of:
Three members elected by doctors employed by Government departments, their agencies or contractors in the UK including those working for the Medical Research Council and in the offices of Regional Directors of Public Health.
Dr Elliot King
Two members elected by doctors employed by Government departments, their agencies or contractors in England.
Dr Paul Anderson
One member elected by doctors employed by Government departments, their agencies or contractors in Scotland.
One member elected by doctors employed by Government departments, their agencies or contractors in Wales.
One member elected by doctors employed by Government departments, their agencies or contractors in Northern Ireland.
Dr Naresh Chada
One member of the BMA general practitioners committee.
Dr John Rawlinson
One member of the BMA armed forces committee.
The CPSC meets twice a year to discuss and act on matters affecting our membership. Only members of the committee are able to attend meetings.
There are currently no scheduled meetings.
All our meetings take place from 10.30am to 2.30pm at:
While there are no elections taking place, we have a number of vacancies within the committee and we'd encourage anyone who may be interested in these roles to contact [email protected] to register your interest.
Get in touch
If you have any questions or would like to find out more about the work of the CPSC, email [email protected].