The British Medical Association
8 May 2013
Doctors leaders are ‘bitterly disappointed’ by the absence of public health measures to ...
Tags: UK government, public health, mid staffordshire inquiry, tobacco, minimum pricing, quality of care, health tourism
23 January 2013
Junior doctors leaders have defended working-time rules after the prime minister used them as an arg...
Tags: junior contract, european working time directive, junior doctors committee, uk government
11 January 2013
Local authority arrangements to tackle health issues have been criticised as ‘pink and fluffy&...
Tags: public health, local government, nhs reform, westminster parliament
Extra money for local authorities in England to spend on public health has been welcomed by doctors ...
Tags: local government, public health medicine, funding
6 December 2012
GPs in Scotland have reached an agreement on important elements of next year’s contract follow...
Tags: general practice, scotland, scottish government, scottish general practitioners committee, gp contract
19 October 2012
Doctors will start to participate in revalidation from this December, health secretary Jeremy Hunt c...
Tags: revalidation, general medical council, department of health, UK government
26 September 2012
Doctors leaders have condemned regional pay proposals as short-sighted because they would cut time s...
Tags: consultants committee, terms and conditions of service, UK government, South West, local and regional pay, terms and conditions of service,
5 September 2012
Scotland’s new cabinet secretary for health and well-being joins the NHS at a ‘difficult...
Tags: Scottish government, BMA Scotland, health and well-being secretary,
Three new health ministers, including a junior doctor, have been announced as part of the Cabinet re...
Tags: government, health minister, health secretary
12 July 2012
Doctors leaders have backed the intention behind proposals for a more personalised social care syste...
Tags: health and social care, NHS reform, older people, government
Investing money to address causes of social breakdown is more effective than paying for the consequence #childhealth http://t.co/rNqWNvPemF
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GPs reject return to out-of-hours responsibilites #lmclive http://t.co/h2MqjlrMCc
#lmclive calls for electronic prescribing to be rolled out to dispensing practices http://t.co/WUlrbXDjLm
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