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We know how challenging it is starting a new post, whatever stage of your training you're at. Get advice, support and information to help you through your first years of training.
Speak to our expert employment advisers for support with your rota, pay and working arrangements plus get your contract checked for free.
Progress your career as a junior doctor with free access to BMJ Learning, plus a range of resources such as one-to-one career coaching.
Access useful resources such as our tax guidance exclusively for junior doctors. Help is at hand with our tax, financial, insurance and legal services.
Making the step from medical school to being an F1 doctor is both daunting and exciting - get everything you need to know for your first year on the foundation programme.
You've made it through to your second year of foundation training - get advice, continue your learning and get ready to take the step up to specialty training.
Starting your specialty training can bring new challenges - make the most of your new role and see how we can support your professional development.
Over the past few years #TipsForNewDocs has become a great way for doctors to share their advice with those at the start of their medical careers.
Take a look at some of our favourite tips for new docs and tell us yours.
Pointers, hacks and pearls of wisdom: hear from those who've been there and got the scrubs.
You are the future of our NHS. Feel proud: read junior doctor Rachel Clarke's latest blog
Plans to stop funding IVF treatment are being consulted on. What do you think of the idea? Vote in the poll https://t.co/YOS788S1mu
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BMA member - get your contract checked by employment law experts and receive it back within 5 working days using our freepost address.
We've developed an in-depth tax guide specifically for junior doctors. Get the basics, find out what you're entitled to and get personal advice if you need more help.
The BMA library offers a range of facilities, both in person and online, including access to our reading room, a huge range of e-books and e-journals, plus our postal loans service.
Whether you're seeking guidance on what the result of the EU referendum will mean for your finances, or on your savings and investments our financial experts Chase de Vere can help.
Make sure you know your entitlements in your employment contract - from pay banding to understanding your payslip and information on rotas and working patterns.
Enhance your career with our free and discounted non-clinical (CPD approved) webinars, e-learning modules, workshops, one-to-one career coaching, in-house training at your workplace and more.
Junior doctors will stage a full withdrawal of labour for five consecutive days during the hours of 8am - 5pm, every month from September until the end of the year.
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