Regional junior doctor committees

RJDC (regional junior doctor committees) represent junior doctors locally, regionally and nationally. Find out how to get involved in your local committee.
Location: UK
Audience: Junior doctors
Updated: Friday 1 May 2020
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RJDCs (regional junior doctor committees) are the voice of junior doctors living and working in a region - they represent junior doctors locally, regionally and nationally and send representatives to the UK JDC (junior doctors committee).

 

Get involved with your RJDC

Each RJDC has a dedicated online page, created by regional JDC officers. These pages allow you to see what's going on in your area and who to contact to get involved.

Find your RJDC

 

Get in touch

If you would like to learn more about the RJDCs, please contact your regional secretariat to find out how to get involved. If you need further information or aren't sure which region you fall under, email [email protected].