In brief: British Medical Association

The British Medical Association in Northern Ireland has called for an end to 'healthcare policy inertia', with vice-chair of the BMA's consultants and specialists commitee Kanwar Panesar claiming the province was 'almost three years behind the rest of the UK in terms of health service reforms' - a situation that ...

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