One of the primary objectives of the EJD is to bring together junior doctors across Europe, by giving national members an opportunity and platform to exchange knowledge and experiences to improve conditions in their home country.
As Junior doctors, we wish to participate in increasing the European standards and quality of the provided healthcare to the European population. By contributing as a lobby organization for junior doctors we aim to meet the decision-makers in EU health policy with our knowledge and expertise.
Cooperation and communication with other European medical organizations are vital in providing a strong and collected voice for doctors in Europe
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UEMO Fall General Assembly, 4-5 November 2022, Ljubljana
EJD represented by its UEMO Liaison Officer, Diana GonçalvesMore ›
CPME Autumn Meeting 2022, Prague
General Assembly of European Doctors adopted many important statements.More ›
Statement of the European Junior Doctors Association regarding the Detention of the President of the Turkish Medical Association
Dr Şebnem Korur Fincancı, the President of the Turkish Medical Association was detained by the Turkish authorities.More ›
UEMS Council Meeting, Athens, Greece
On 7-8 October 2022, hosted by the Panhellenic Medical AssociationMore ›
EJD President attends the annual JDN-WMA Meeting
Berlin, Germany, 3-4 October 2022More ›
European healthcare professionals underline the importance of routine vaccination
EJD supporting the Coalition For Vaccination statement on children routine vaccinationMore ›
EMOs statement on violence/burnout against doctors and all healthcare professionals in a war context
European Medical Organisations (EMOs) reaffirm that physicians’ safety at work is paramount for the provision of quality healthcare.More ›
EJD at the AEMH-FEMS General Assembly, 12-14 May 2022, Austria
European Junior Doctors were represented by EJD President, Mathias KörnerMore ›
Europe's Beating Cancer Plan
Europe is aiming to beat cancer and shares ambitious planMore ›
The Compelling Case for Better Screening and Secondary Prevention in Europe
Lessons From Five Representative DiseasesMore ›