The RMC (retired members committee) represents retired BMA members from all branches of practice. While members may be retired from clinical practice, they are not retired as doctors and remain committed and active BMA members.
RMC's key priorities and objectives are to:
- represent retired members in all BMA activity
- recruit and retain retired members
- develop GMC revalidation advice regarding retirement
- collaborate with other branches of practice for the advancement of all members
- develop ideas and support the work around mental health and improving doctors' morale
- contribute to the BMA's gender pay gap work.
Chair: Brian Guttridge
Deputy chair: Stephen Millar
Take part in one of our free courses designed to give you the right skills to:
- break down equality and inclusion bias (CPD-accredited)
- value difference and inclusivity
- live our BMA behaviour principles.
The RMC meets two to three times a year to discuss the latest issues affecting retired doctors. Only committee members may vote at meetings. However, BMA members and non-members are welcome to attend meetings via the committee visitors scheme. If you would like to attend a meeting, please email [email protected] to register your interest.
- No meetings currently scheduled.
All our meetings are currently taking place virtually.
The Retired members conference took place on Thursday 3 June 2021.
Smaller regional meetings (with lunch) take place during the year. The programme consists of a small number of speakers and debates on relevant issues.
Retired members who would like to attend these meetings can contact their regional or national office to find out when a meeting is being arranged and to ensure they are on the list.
Any retired members who would like to put themselves forward as a volunteer to assist with the organisation of a meeting, should send their name, region and other relevant details to [email protected]. Please note, no expenses are paid for volunteering.
Elections to the retired members committee are now closed.
Get in touch
If you have any questions or are interested in finding out more about the work of the RMC, please email [email protected].