What have the BMA achieved?
Last year, the British Medical Association (BMA) won a judicial review which overturned regulations that gave the UK Secretary of State for Health & Social Care the power to suspend the payment of pensions benefits to any doctor or NHS professional charged with certain criminal offences – but not yet convicted.
Who do you complain to about a doctor?
To file a complaint about your doctor (like unprofessional conduct, incompetent practice, or licensing questions), contact your State medical board.
How much does it cost to publish in BMJ?
BMJ Open is an open access journal and levies an Article Processing Charge (APC) of 1,500 GBP (exclusive of VAT for UK and EU authors and GST for Australian and Indian authors) for all article types. There are no submission, colour or page charges.
Who is BMJ?
The BMJ is a weekly peer-reviewed medical trade journal, published by the trade union the British Medical Association (BMA). The BMJ has editorial freedom from the BMA. It is one of the world’s oldest general medical journals.
How does BMA influence science?
The BoS (board of science) promotes the medical and allied sciences, contributes to the development of effective public health policies, and supports medical research.
How do the BMA use research?
The BMA Foundation awards funds to encourage and further medical research. Thanks to the support of generous individuals, approximately 14 research grants totalling over £850,000 are awarded to medical students, research scientists and doctors each year.
Is BMJ Best Practice Free for BMA members?
BMA Members are able to keep abreast of the latest developments through their free BMJ (both in print and online) at no additional cost. To view BMJ articles behind access control, you will need your BMA username and password.
Is Plos One a reliable source?
PLOS ONE is indexed by Google, Web of Science, PubMed, etc.; hence, it is considered a good journal. Your paper will show up in literature searches on specific topics. Thus, publishing in PLOS ONE, or any indexed journal, will attract as many citations as a paper published elsewhere but only if your article is useful.
How do I get my BMJ access code?
Existing users: Go to learning.bmj.com and click ‘Log in’. Enter the memorable username and password you chose during your initial registration process. Once signed in, select ‘My Account’ at the top of the page and click ‘Use access code’.
Where can I find free medical articles?
Free full-text articles can be approached in the following ways.
- Medknow Publications.
- PubMed Central and PubMed.
- Directory of Open Access Journals.
- Electronic Resources in Medicine Consortium and National Medical Library.
- Google, Google Scholar, and Yahoo.
- The Cochrane Library.
- Public Library of Science.
- Free Medical Journals.
Is PLOS ONE a peer reviewed journal?
PLOS ONE is a peer reviewed scientific journal with a rigorous editorial screening and assessment process made up of several stages. The editors make decisions on submissions based on scientific rigor, regardless of novelty.
Is BMJ Learning free for BMA members?
You can use BMJ Learning free of charge if you are a BMA member or if your institution has purchased access.
What is the impact factor of BMJ?
Is BMJ free?
If you are a BMA member, you can access to BMJ Learning for free as a membership benefit. Simply enter your BMA number when you register. If you’ve already registered, update your details and add your BMA number to your account.
Is BMJ Open reliable?
OCLC no. BMJ Open is a peer-reviewed open access medical journal that is dedicated to publishing medical research from all disciplines and therapeutic areas.
What is BMJ Clinical Evidence?
Clinical Evidence (CE), a Website developed by the BMJ Publishing Group, is the electronic version of the print CE Full Print and CE Concise. The information included in these products summarizes current knowledge about the prevention and treatment of clinical conditions but does not make recommendations.
How do I cancel my BMA membership?
How do I cancel my membership? We’re sorry to hear you’re thinking about leaving. Please contact our customer services team on so we can assist you.
Who does the BMA represent?
The British Medical Association (BMA) is a trade union representing and negotiating on behalf of all doctors and medical students in the UK.
How much does BMA membership cost?
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What is a BMA?
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What does the BMA stand for?
The British Medical Association (BMA) is a registered trade union for doctors in the United Kingdom. The association does not regulate or certify doctors, a responsibility which lies with the General Medical Council.