About the BMA website
Through extensive research and user-testing, we have striven to ensure that the BMA site meets the wide-ranging needs of our members, from a student interested in pursuing a career in medicine to a consultant.
The 8 key sections of the website each contain specific content related to the BMA and what we can offer to our members:
The site as is stands represents the start of a more interactive, personalised and compelling digital experience for you, our members.
We aim to transform the way that BMA members engage with the organisation and with each other.
As always, we want to hear your thoughts, comments and suggestions.
See our guide: Making the most of the new BMA website
Scam or phishing emails
It has recently been brought to our attention that some users have received unsolicited emails from an organisation called The Journal of the British Medical Association.
This is NOT associated with the BMA or the BMJ.
If you receive an email claiming to be from the 'The Journal of the British Medical Association' that contains a request for personal login information, please follow these simple steps:
- Do not reply
- Do not open any attachments - attachments may contain malicious code that will infect your computer
- Do not click on any links
- Delete the original email message you received
If you do notice any unusual activity on your account since receiving the email, please do not hesitate to contact us or follow the steps to reset your password.