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Parveen Kumar, President of the RMBF, sends out a personal appeal for your support
Our Autumn newsletter is now available to view here
The dahlia, named ‘Dame Deirdre’ after the charity’s former President, Dame Deirdre Hine, is now available to order here
The RMBF Annual Review 2013-2014 has now been published
The Aldeburgh & Woodbridge held a summer lunch in support of the RMBF
The Belfast Guild goes hiking up a mountain to raise funds for the RMBF
Check out our new spring newsletter here
The RMBF recently attended the ASiT conference in the impressive city of Belfast.
The RMBF recently conducted a survey of our current and past beneficiaries to gain an understanding of their experiences of the charity
View our new autumn newsletter with information on what's been hapening at the RMBF and updated events.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Parveen Kumar will be our new President and Professor Roger Jones takes over as our new Chairman.
Watch our new fundraising and awareness film 'At the heart of the medical profession' here
The 2013 Royal Medical Benevolent Fund AGM documents are available to view here
The review of the year 2012-13 is available to view online.
A charity dahlia named in honour of the RMBF President has been launched at Hampton Court flower show.
The RMBF has launched a new extranet for volunteers.
The RMBF have launched a refreshed brand.
Join us for one of our volunteer development days and develop your skills as an MLO, Area Visitor and PhoneFriend.
The Spring 2013 newsletter is available to download with information about whats been happening at the RMBF and upcoming events.
The Medical Charitable Society for the West Riding of the County of York has merged with Royal Medical Benevolent Fund, the UK’s leading charity for doctors, medical students and their families.
The recent cold weather has been a timely reminder of an important part of the RMBF’s work – Winter fuel allowances.
This December we're counting down 24 ways the RMBF helps the medical profession. Each day we'll be looking at a different aspect of the RMBF. You can see the full calendar here.
The Autumn 2012 newsletter is available to download with information about whats been happening at the RMBF, coming events and the year ahead.
We are holding our next regional meeting for volunteers and prospective volunteers in Southampton.
The 2012 Royal Medical Benevolent Fund AGM documents are available to view here
The 2012 Annual Review is available to download online.
The RMBF has relaunched its money advice service for medical students.
The RMBF held a celebratory luncheon kindly sponsored by Wesleyan Medical Sickness and hosted by Lord Walton of Detchant at the House of Lords.
The Spring 2012 newsletter is available to download with information about whats been happening at the RMBF, coming events and the year ahead.
Tickets are now on sale for the anniversary concert on 17 September at Cadogan Hall.
The RMBF is proud to announce a new corporate partnership with Wesleyan Medical Sickness.
The Royal Medical Benevolent Fund was chosen by the Association of Surgeons in Training to be the official charity for their 2012 conference held in Cardiff City Hall over the weekend.
The Upper Tribunal has confrimed that benevolent funds do meet the public benefit test and can keep their charitable status.
This week's BMA News features an interview with RMBF President, Dame Deidre Hine, on page 11. The article is also available to view online.
The RMBF website has been redesigned to make it clearer and easier to navigate. We hope you enjoy using it. Don't forget that the RMBF also provides two other support websites - Support 4 Doctors and Money 4 Medstudents.
The new look Autumn newsletter is here with information on our new program of assistance for medical students, the RMBF's 175 Anniversary and the new faces at the RMBF.
A new article from the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund on how Self-Directed Learning Groups can combat Sessional GP isolation has been published in the new issue of Sessional GP magazine (ref: page 14-15)
Following the research study on 'Self-Directed Learning Groups for Sessional GPs' and the 'Support for Sessional GPs' study comissioned from Durham University, the RMBF has published the outcome of the sessional GPs conference in a new report available here
As indicated in Dr Trowell’s recent letter to voting members the AGM documents are available to view here
The new-look RMBF Annual Review 2011 is now available online.
Steve Crone joins us from the stop smoking charity, QUIT.
The RMBF launches its paper exploring the role and efficacy of Self-Directed Learning Groups for Sessional GPs
The RMBF, in partnership with 'Working Transitions', has launched a 'Guide to Alternative Careers for Doctors', aimed at doctors looking to find inspiration and support when making decisions about career changes.