BMA Expects Positive Response from New Website
In a recent report, it has been confirmed that the British Medical Association (BMA) has managed to give its website a fresh look. This has been done to make things all the more better for users of the website. It is believed that the new website would be able to get the best experience from the BMA website.
It was made possible with the help of digital and brand design agency Precedent, which after a thorough review of the BMA website users managed to create a new look for the same. It is believed that the new look is a lot more user friendly, thereby making it a lot better for users to understand the website.
It is also believed that young doctors would be able to get themselves, more accustom with the organization with the help of the new website, thereby connecting with a lot many people. There are as many as 140,000 doctors and medical students in the UK which are being supported by the BMA. There is an escalated pressure of patients on doctors and that’s what has been many a times expressed by doctors.
On one side, the government is of the view that all the seriously ill patients must be checked by GPs at their home, doctors have made it clear that they are already under work stress and it is a lot difficult for them to examine’, ‘investigate’ and ‘prescribe’ drugs for patients.
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