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BMA

abbreviation for
(Medicine) British Medical Association
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BMA

[ˌbiːɛmˈeɪ] n abbr (=British Medical Association) → ordre m des médecins
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The Summit was convened and supported by the Uganda UK Health Alliance, British Medical Association (BMA), British Medical Journal (BMJ), NHS Health Education England, and headline sponsors Morningside Pharmaceuticals.
My associate editors and I are grateful and humbled to receive this award from the British Medical Association, Dr.
A ballot of British Medical Association (BMA) members, held in July, saw 58% of members reject the new seven-day contract, despite union leaders giving the deal their backing.
In July, the Government announced it would impose a new contract after junior doctors and medical students voted to reject a contract brokered with the British Medical Association (BMA).
Ian Frame, from South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust, said: "As with the previous industrial action as part of this national dispute, the trust's management, medical colleagues and representatives of the British Medical Association have been working hard in advance to ensure we have the right plans in place to minimise disruption to services at South Tyneside District Hospital whilst protecting the safety and welfare of our patients, which is our main priority.
A spokesperson for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust said: "The trust is following guidelines from NHS employers and the British Medical Association.
Dr Mark Porter, Chair of Council, British Medical Association
Dr Grant Ingrams, British Medical Association, Coventry GP and BMA Representative.
Dr Andrew Buist, Deputy Chairman, British Medical Association, Scottish GPs Committee
Even those who firmly supported the idea of presumed consent - including the British Medical Association - had to raise their concerns when the role of the family members became confused.
The British Medical Association said the Government in England should follow the example of Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland and make prescriptions free for everyone.
The British Medical Association criticized the Cardinal, saying that doctors may not let their own beliefs interfere with patient care.
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