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  • Connected Healthcare Connected Healthcare

    This is unpopular with doctors, with just 8% believing this amount of time is adequate, according to the British Medical Association (BMA).

  • UK e-cigarette advert comes under fire UK e-cigarette advert comes under fire

    BMA accuses campaign of glamorising smoking " /. BMA accuses campaign of glamorising smoking " /. UK e-cigarette advert comes under fire. BMA accuses campaign of glamorising smoking. ... The British Medical Association (BMA) wrote to the ASA, claiming

  • Good practice in blood clot care recognised at awards Good practice in blood clot care recognised at awards

    The first QiC Anticoagulation awards event took place at BMA House in London, celebrating the work of healthcare professionals working within the field of anticoagulation in the UK and Ireland.

  • NHS data project delayed in England NHS data project delayed in England

    the British Medical Association (BMA), Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and consumer group Healthwatch to "develop additional practical steps to promote awareness with patients and the public.".

  • Managing impressions Managing impressions

    it. Target audience. According to a British Medical Association (BMA) briefing, there are 42, 000 GPs in the UK.

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  • Digital disruption Digital disruption

    That cloud-based tool, called the BioModel Analyzer (BMA), brings alive the millions of potential changes in cell signalling that make cancer cells multiply uncontrollably.

  • Interview: David Haslam, NICE Interview: David Haslam, NICE

    as president of both the British Medical Association (BMA) and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). ... His previous roles at the BMA and RCGP have been very much UK-focused, but he is now in charge of a body the decisions of which affect

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  • Scottish cabinet reshuffle sees Alex Neil made health secretary

    Although we had our differences she did listen to the views of the medical profession and her honest and forthright approach built a strong working relationship between government and the BMA ... He enters his new role at a 'difficult and interesting time

  • Jeremy Hunt replaces Andrew Lansley as UK Health Secretary

    The view was more positive from healthcare organisations, however, with the British Medical Association (BMA) welcoming a “ fresh opportunity” following the departure of Lansley, who provoked much disapproval from the body ... The BMA's deputy chair

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