EJD wishes to ensure high quality of postgraduate training programmes across Europe as this is a cornerstone in the practice of healthcare for the community. By doing so we wish to contribute to maintaining a high level of healthcare provided to the public regardless of where one lives in Europe.
We believe that sufficient time, “hands-on” training or access to equivalent options and guidance and supervision during such programmes are key to successful learning.
The medical field is in continuous scientific development and being up to date is crucial. As part of PGT and medical educations, doctors should obtain knowledge in research and how to interpret and implement results in improving patient care.
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1st UEMS ETR Conference & UEMS Advisory Board & Council Meetings
European Junior Doctors were present and took actively part in all three UEMS events in Brussels between 20-22 April 2023.More ›
Statement of Solidarity and Support for the Afghan Junior Doctors and Medical Students
European Junior Doctors condemn the ban on higher education for women and girls in Afghanistan and call on the government of Afghanistan to repeal these restrictions and violations to basic human rights.More ›
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 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 ›