The WJDC considers all matters affecting junior doctors in training in Wales and acts on their behalf.
It does this by informing, liaising and where appropriate collaborating with Welsh Government, Health Education and Improvement Wales and local health boards.
We also work closely with the Welsh council and the UK Junior Doctors Committee (JDC). Find out all about us here.
Fatigue and facilities charter
WJDC are working with NHS Wales Employers and Welsh Government to implement a version of the Fatigue and Facilities Charter across all health boards in Wales, which will ensure baseline standards for facilities, rostering and other areas to help address the issue of fatigue amongst junior doctors.
Trainee relocation reimbursement policy
WJDC are working with HEIW to update the trainee relocation and reimbursement policy for the first time since 2008. A task and finish group has been assembled and is making steady progress with implementation planned in time for the August 2019 rotation.
WJDC is reviewing a re-drafted All-Wales Monitoring Process which contains a number of provisions that are not acceptable to WJDC. We are continuing to negotiate the policy via our membership of the Monitoring Scrutiny Group.
Who we are
- WJDC chair: Dr Josie Cheetham
- WJDC vice chair: Dr Evan Sun
View full list of 2018–19 membership
Download the committee information pack
WJDC executive subcommittee members
- Dr Josie Cheetham
- Dr Evan Sun
- Dr Stefan Bodnarescu
- Dr Andrea Cordaro
- Dr George Iacob
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Join the BMA Wales Junior Doctors Facebook page to stay up to date with the work of the WJDC.
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We meet four times a year to discuss the latest issues affecting junior doctors in Wales.
Who can come
These meetings are open to members of the Welsh junior doctors committee only.
All meetings take place from 10am to 3pm, with a buffet lunch at 1.30pm.
Where we meet
BMA Cymru Wales
2 Caspian Point