Theresa May has said that the deal on the table between the government and the BMA is a deal "that is safe for patients."
The Prime Minister cited "record levels of funding in the NHS" and more doctors in the NHS than in its history.
She reiterated that the BMA should put patients first, "not playing politics".
The medical regulator has urged junior doctors to seriously consider whether or not to take part in a new wave of strikes.
A five-day strike by junior doctors has been called in the ongoing dispute over contracts, but what does it mean for patients?