We are a non-profit organisation open to all healthcare professionals, promoting diversity, equality and inclusion.
Since conception in 1996 with the initial aim of supporting international medical graduates, BAPIO has grown in stature and influence to become one of the largest organisations of its type in the country. We are represented through our numerous divisions covering all regions of the UK as well multiple sub forums.
We collaborate regularly with the General Medical Council, Health Education England and the Royal Colleges to monitor, highlight and address the difficulties faced by doctors and ensure positive systems are in place to support healthcare workers. We focus on supporting and promoting professional links with International organisations as well providing charitable relief focusing on providing better health care globally.
We have successfully carried out many campaigns and have come a long way in reducing the inherent inequality in many aspects of education, training and career progression.
However there is still more work to be done. JOIN US as we work towards having a more inclusive and diverse society.
“Empowering doctors and dentists to be beacons of leadership and professional excellence.”
BAPIO aims to provide a forum for a diverse group of doctors, dentists and medical & dental students, to contribute to improving patient care by promoting:
Our strategic priorities in promoting professional excellence and leadership are embedded in four pillars of activities:
Dr. Ramesh Mehta
Dr. Satheesh Mathew
Dr. Arvind Shah
Dr. M Hemadri
Hon Jt Secretary
Dr. A sajayan
Dr. Joydeep Grover
Dr. Raj Murali
Dr. Hasmukh Shah
Dr. Ankur Khandelwal
Dr. Ravi madhotra
Dr. Aruj Qayum
Prof. Mushir Hussain
Dr Keshav Singhal
Dr Abraham Philip
SUSHRUTA Journal of Health Policy is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal for a multi-professional global audience.
(publ. by BAPIO)
The Physician accepts submissions from across the global healthcare spectrum related to medical science, health services research but is particularly interested in issues that impact the health of migrants, international medical/ nursing graduates, diaspora studies, differential outcomes in patients and professionals based on ethnicity or other protected characteristics and global health issues. The editorial board welcomes submissions from new or emerging researchers and early career clinicians.
(publ. by BAPIO)