2019 subcommittee candidates

NASGP members who are standing for election can leave statements here; we'll publish them here as soon as they arrive, with the closing date for publication here being Friday 3rd May 2019.

Voting on the BMA website opens 12pm Thursday 25 April 2019 and closes 12pm Thursday 9 May 2019. Candidates who are NASGP members can submit statements here.

By electing me to sit on the BMA GPC sessional GP subcommittee, I will support sessional GPs by...

Kim Rollinson

Scotland - Locum GP

...representing true on the ground views and needs of sessional GPs at GPC level to make every day working life better for you. I’m not afraid to challenge bureaucracy and hold GPC accountable. I’m fresh, enthusiastic and prepared to work hard for you. Thank you for considering voting for me.

@ kimmyrollinson

Paula Wright

North East - Salaried GP

...ensuring we are heard, fairly treated and considered in all important areas of policy development. We are an important resource. Sessional work allows many GPs to rediscover their enjoyment of general practice, and regain balance and fulfilment, without which the specialty cannot survive.

@pfw69

Mary Anne L Burrow

Scotland - Salaried GP

...being a knowledgeable voice for Out-of-Hours & portfolio GPs as I believe that their voices are not heard. My Scottish tour of LMCs means that I have made myself known throughout Scotland. I know how the BMA works as I have been representing doctors since 2010.

@MaryAnne_BMA

We will add NASGP member's statements as they arrive.