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Top tips for new doctors

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.

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  • Employment advice

    Speak to our expert employment advisers for support with your rota, pay and working arrangements plus get your contract checked for free.

  • Career development

    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.

  • Work-life support

    Access useful resources such as our tax guidance exclusively for junior doctors. Help is at hand with our tax, financial, insurance and legal services.

#TipsForNewDocs

Twitter iconOver 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.

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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

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Further industrial action confirmed

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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