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In November 2016, the JDC agreed to re-open talks between the co-chairs and NHS Employers to address key concerns about the contract.
Stay informed on the latest developments and get the support you need.
Under the new 2016 contract the pay structure is very different. Our sample payslip explains the different elements of pay.
Get the latest guidance on the 2016 contract and get the support you need.
Read the latest guidance on locum working for junior doctors.
We have been discussing with NHS Employers (NHSE), an issue relating to the way transitional pay protection cash floors are calculated. Read our statement and FAQs
Listen to our legal expert explain the details of the whistleblowing agreement for junior doctors in England.
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The contract is being 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.
We understand you have questions and concerns about the contract. Let us know and we'll do our best to help you.
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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18 September 2017
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