Medacs Healthcare are delighted to announce our fantastic new ‘career support’ package for locum doctors.
Working in partnership with BMA Careers, we are now able to offer our locum doctors access to free and heavily discounted CPD accredited courses, along with one months’ free BMA membership.
The one month free membership will give doctors full access to all BMA benefits including; employment advice and representation, contract checking services, access to pension experts, employer advisory service, weekly BMJ, BMJ Learning and access to the BMA Library.
A full list of the extensive benefits can be found here.
For non-BMA members who want to take up this offer, please download the BMA application form here.
CPD accredited courses
Medacs Healthcare will be hosting a number of free and heavily discounted CPD accredited courses over the next 12 months. Each of the BMA Careers workshops will be for a full day, and are CPD accredited by the Royal College of Physicians worth 6 CPD points.
Course subjects and dates will be announced shortly. If you want to add yourself to the priority mailing list for the courses please click here.
Commenting on the new career support package Mike Egerton, Head of Marketing for Medacs Healthcare, said:
“At Medacs Healthcare’ supporting and developing our locum doctors is very important to us. We feel our career support package does just that. Recent feedback from our locums has been that they want more support around revalidation, reflection and appraisal. These CPD events are just one of the ways doctors can collect supporting information required for medical appraisal and revalidation.”
About BMA Careers
The BMA has been supporting doctors and championing the profession for over 175 years, providing essential advice and representation to protect doctors’ employment and support career progression. More details about the BMA can be found here.
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