CONTACT UNITE MEMBER LOGIN

MPU - Medical Practitioners' Union

MPU

The MPU exists to provide professional, clinical and employment support for qualified doctors and medical students.

Its range of professional services, as well as the massive financial, legal and industrial backup of its parent trade union Unite, are unique and provides the representation and influence in the workplace that YOU need.
 
MPU's aim is to provide representation for Doctors at all levels - local, regional and national - to ensure that the voice of the profession is heard. 


Doctors In Unite (Medical Practitioners’ Union) Annual Conference 2016  #DiU16

"Reshaping our future: cuts, reconfigurations and patient safety"

Click here to register now!

Keynote Speaker - To be announced

Saturday 12 November 2016, The Diskus, Unite House, 128 Theobald's Road, Holborn, London, WC1X 8TN

Help us to shape medical Trade Unionism in the twenty first century. Learn more about Doctors in Unite - a fighting union 100% in support of a publicly funded and provided NHS. Do come to our conference.

Doctors in Unite celebrated its hundredth anniversary last year. We are privileged to share our union with over 100,000 other health workers and we are very proud to be affiliated to the TUC. We would also urge you to consider joining Doctors in Unite.

Our members include some of the most progressive doctors of our time. Doctors who hold fast to the founding principles of the NHS - publicly funded, publicly provided, free at the point of delivery and who are not afraid to join other health activists to defend it.

Register now!

MPU JD Demo 2015Doctors and Medical Students – our role in saving the NHS

This conference brought together medical organisations already involved in defending and extending the UK’s health and social care systems. It took place on the same day as the protest in central London by junior doctors over Government plans to impose new contracts.

It echoed recent political events that show that many people want something hopeful and positive from politicians. This chimes with the popularity of the NHS as a publicly owned and provided, high quality service and the unpopularity of the privatisation agenda

Doctors and medical students working closer together, in organisations or as supporters, will have greater impact The conference, by agreeing common ground, discussed ‘the difficult bits’ with the aim of helping doctors and students campaign for a better NHS and social care future for patients and staff.

Workshops included: Junior Doctors’ Dispute,   Health Care for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, NHS: Worth Fighting For - Strategy for future NHS campaigning, Devolving NHS Budgets – Implications of DevoManc, other ‘copycat’ budget devolutions and delegations.

The debates were lively and addressed important campaigning issues including:  Download the conference report with feedback from the workshops and next steps to build MPU, support local and national campaigns and show that we do have an alternative, radical medical voice in the UK.

- See more at: http://stagingui.unite.awsripple.com/how-we-help/list-of-sectors/healthsector/healthsectoryourprofession/mpumedicalpractitionersunion/default.aspx#sthash.aBF2akSs.dpuf

MPU believe in the NHS                       Doctors in Unite support junior doctors

MPU Conference, Saturday 17 October 2015, London



.

MPU JD Demo 2015Doctors and Medical Students – our role in saving the NHS

This conference brought together medical organisations already involved in defending and extending the UK’s health and social care systems. It took place on the same day as the protest in central London by junior doctors over Government plans to impose new contracts.

It echoed recent political events that show that many people want something hopeful and positive from politicians. This chimes with the popularity of the NHS as a publicly owned and provided, high quality service and the unpopularity of the privatisation agenda

Doctors and medical students working closer together, in organisations or as supporters, will have greater impact The conference, by agreeing common ground, discussed ‘the difficult bits’ with the aim of helping doctors and students campaign for a better NHS and social care future for patients and staff.

Workshops included: Junior Doctors’ Dispute,   Health Care for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, NHS: Worth Fighting For - Strategy for future NHS campaigning, Devolving NHS Budgets – Implications of DevoManc, other ‘copycat’ budget devolutions and delegations.

The debates were lively and addressed important campaigning issues including:  Download the conference report with feedback from the workshops and next steps to build MPU, support local and national campaigns and show that we do have an alternative, radical medical voice in the UK.


.