Professionals providing healthcare for
children and young people in schools.


Transgender Guidance

Transgender issues are very much in the news recently and as healthcare professionals in schools, we are increasingly likely to be confronted with these.

Council member, Dr. Rene Skule, ...  Read More

Administration of Medicine Guideline - interim amendment

On 28th January 2019, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) withdrew its Standards for Medicines Management citing that providing this type of clinical practice guidance was not within its remit ...  Read More

MOSA Summer Meeting

This year's Annual Summer Meeting will be held on Saturday 4th May 2019 at Cheltenham College courtesy of the school MO , Dr. Jim Ropner.

The programme will include drug ...  Read More

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MOSA was founded in 1884 in response to "the need for the general adoption of more definite rules for guarding our great educational establishments from the outbreak and spread of preventable infectious disease".

In 2014, the Association was 130 years old and today it is a professional organisation concerned with the provision of medical care to mainly independent schools. Most of MOSA’s members are general practitioners who are medical officers to schools in their practice areas.