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We're in the process of reviewing the 2016 junior doctor contract in England.
Read our guidance on the 2016 junior doctor contract and see how to get more support.
Read our FAQs on the 2016 junior doctor contract.
Read the locum working guidance for junior doctors on the 2016 contract.
Make sure your rota complies with your contract using our online rota-checking tool.
The BMA are working with NHS Employers and the DHSC to review the 2016 junior doctor contract in England.
We are factoring in the key concerns and ongoing research of the gender pay gap review.
An early positive result of the negotiations is news of enhanced shared parental leave for junior doctors.
Read about the new legally binding protections we've secured for junior doctors raising concerns at work.
Learn why we lobbied the GMC to confirm LTFT trainees would face no regulatory barriers to pursuing locum work.
Read guidance on exception reporting and learn more about this important safeguard.
Find out more about your work schedule, what it should include and how it is agreed.
Use our interactive guide to transitional pay protection and find out how this affects you.
Find out more about the terms and conditions for GP trainees working under the 2016 contract.
Read the final terms and conditions of service for junior doctors in England from NHS Employers.
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