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The Junior Doctors Committee (JDC) stands up for the rights of all junior doctors on education, training and contractual issues.
An overview of the UK JDC, its priorities, subcommittees and meeting information.
The junior doctors committee and its members are dedicated to focusing their work on the key issues and challenges facing all junior doctors in the profession.
The SJDC represents all doctors in the training grades in hospital and public health medicine practice in Scotland. Find out all about us.
The WJDC considers all matters affecting junior doctors in training in Wales and acts on their behalf. Find out all about us.
Get involved with your Regional Junior Doctors Committee (RJDC) and see what's going on in your area.
Find out more about what happened at this years' junior doctor conference.
Membership information of the Junior Doctor's Committee
Find out the different ways you can get involved in the work of the BMA - at your work, in your area and UK wide.
We are committed to ensuring that members can fully engage with the BMA. We have been actively sharing best practice in an effort to increase participation.
Have a say in how your profession is run. Participate as a non-voting committee member.
Join the BMA committee visitors scheme
Nominate yourself for a role in a committee, council or board.
A a range of initiatives to help you get more involved with committee and volunteering activities.
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