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While industrial action is suspended, there is still action you can take locally and support you can access.
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Under the new 2016 contract the pay structure is very different. Our sample payslip explains the different elements of pay.
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During the challenging contract negotiations, fact and opinion have often been misrepresented. Read our mythbuster to find out the truth about the contract.
Listen to our legal expert explain the details of the whistleblowing agreement for junior doctors in England.
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The contract is due to be introduced in a phased approach according to the rota schedule. Find out how it may affect you.
Contract negotiations began over two years ago. Find out how far we have come.
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Latest contract details
On 6 July NHS Employers released the final terms and conditions of service for junior doctors in England.
Check the NHS Employers website
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08 December 2016
Minimum unit pricing for alcohol should be devolved to the Welsh Government, doctors leaders have said.
07 December 2016
Funding gaps in social care threaten to undermine plans to transform devolved health services in Greater Manchester, according to one of the project’s key figures.
Thirty-nine organs have been transplanted in Wales in the last year as a direct result of its deemed consent system of donation, latest figures have revealed.