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RMBF appoints new Trustees

Four new members will join the RMBF Board of Trustees at its next meeting later this month

Read our Autumn 2016 Newsletter

Latest issue includes new Vital Signs guide, events, fundraisers, and a look into the history of the RMBF

New Vital Signs guide for GPs now available

Download our new guide for GPs seeking help with stress and pressure at work, made possible by support from NHS England

Download the RMBF Annual Review 2015-16

Find out what we've achieved in 2015-16, and what's in store for the future, in our Annual Review, now available to download

New Christmas cards now available

Support doctors in crisis while spreading some festive cheer with our Christmas cards and accessories

Professor Pali Hungin takes up role as BMA President

Treasurer of the RMBF, Professor Pali Hungin, is inaugurated as the new president of the British Medical Association

DocHealth: new confidential support service for doctors

RMBF and BMA launch a specialist-led support service for doctors suffering with stress-related depression or anxiety

Download our Spring 2016 Newsletter

Rounding up our What's Up Doc? campaign, Guild and Volunteer news, new partnerships and much more

GP practices to support the RMBF in partnership with Lloyds Bank Cardnet

Practices will save money on card processing costs while also donating money to the RMBF

New RMBF campaign - join the Thunderclap

"What's Up Doc?" launches on 22 March - help us make a big impact online

New survey on pressures facing UK doctors

The RMBF launches a new survey to highlight the pressures and difficulties faced by UK doctors in their working lives

MDU and RMBF - helping doctors in distress

Professor Parveen Kumar speaks to the MDU's chief executive, Dr Christine Tomkins, about the pressures facing doctors and how our organisations can help

RMBF welcomes two new Trustees

David Derbyshire and Janice Liverseidge appointed to the charity's Board of Trustees

Autumn Newsletter now available

The latest issue of our newsletter, Heart, is now available to read and download.

President's Appeal 2015 Launches

Read a personal appeal from President Parveen Kumar CBE, President of the RMBF

Luke runs New York Marathon for RMBF

Our supporter Luke Ker is in training for the 2015 New York City Marathon on November 1st

An engaging and successful day: 2015 AGM

On 21st September, RMBF staff, trustees, volunteers and supporters met for the 2015 RMBF Annual General Meeting

Annual Review 2014-15

The RMBF has published its annual review, now available to download.

Christmas cards and gifts now available to order

Help support the RMBF and spread cheer along the way by ordering our Christmas cards and gifts

AGM, 21 September 2015: Information for RMBF voting members

Download information on the RMBF Annual General Meeting

RMBF Chair speaks out about stress-related sickness

Our Chair, Professor Roger Jones, speaks to the BBC about rising stress levels as new figures show sharp increase in sick days

Congratulations to our treasurer Prof Pali Hungin

Our Treasurer, Professor Pali Hungin OBE DL, is announced as the president-elect of the British Medical Association.

I ran the London Marathon 2015

Christopher Welch ran the London Marathon in aid of the RMBF. He discusses his experience in the last of his blogs here 

Celebrating National Volunteers Week 2015

Saying 'Thank you' to our volunteers. The RMBF - celebrating National Volunteers Week 2015

The doctors' safety net


Article from the BMA focusing on the help doctors and medical students receive when facing hard times, featuring the RMBF

RMBF 2015 Spring newsletter


Find out what's been happening at the RMBF over the last six months, look at our new spring newsletter

240km and counting...


Christopher’s journey to running the London Marathon in support of the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund is now taking a bigger step.

Finishing in under 4hrs


For his first attempt at the 26 mile race, Chris will aim to break the famous 4hr mark...

RMBF at the London Marathon 2015


Christopher Welch will be running the 26 mile race to raise vital funds for the RMBF and its services. Support Christopher and view his story here


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