Medical workforce and Free movement
On the rise of global shortage of medical professionals across the globe, we see the new challenges that are junior colleagues are more and more facing every day. The new regulations that getting more and more popular across Europe are restricting the fundamental rights of free movement of junior doctors. As doctors more often than ever before are obliged to remain in their home countries to provide service for several years, we believe that free movement, ability to share or gain experience is essential to secure continuous progress for the medical profession.
While the burnout rates amongst the doctors are constantly increasing, protecting the well-being of our junior colleagues remains a top priority for EJD. We believe that only using the wide network of EJD we can have an extensive understanding of current challenges and provide universal and well-discussed solutions that could improve well - being for a majority of Junior Doctors across Europe.
Medical workforce and free movementFind here our latest postings on the subject "Medical workforce and free movement".
Statement of support for the Spanish junior doctors' claim on working hours
EJD shows its support on the occasion of the official presentation of a relevant studyMore ›
EJD Statement against the forced allocation of junior doctors to cover personnel shortages
Following the EJD Autumn Meeting 2022 - General Assembly, Oslo, Norway.More ›
EJD Policy on the European Working Time Directive (EWTD)
Adopted on November 12, 2022 at the Autumn Meeting- General Assembly in Oslo, Norway.More ›
1st day of EJD Autumn Meeting - General Assembly 2022
Conference Center, Scandic St. Olavs Plass Hotel, Oslo, NorwayMore ›
PRESS RELEASE: European Junior Doctors call for immediate action to prevent healthcare collapse in Europe
EJD calls the European Union and national governments to similar urgent action to avert impending healthcare collapse in EuropeMore ›
EJD Board Meets in Oslo in preparation for the Autumn Meeting - General Assembly 2022
Hosted by the Norwegian Medical Association at their headquarters in the Norwegian capital.More ›
EJD present at the annual AMEE medical education conference
In Lyon, France, 27-31 August 2022More ›
European Academy of Clinical Leadership 1st Assessment Session
European Junior Doctors participated in the session organized by AEMH on 12 May 2022 in Frauenkirchen, AustriaMore ›