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Renew by annual Direct Debit

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Renew or join for your ST1/CT1/GPST1 year

Renew or join the MDU for your ST1/CT1/GPST1 year and practise with confidence knowing that you’ll be a member of the UK's leading medical defence organisation. Plus you will be entitled to some valuable ST1/CT1/GPST1 membership benefits. 

What's more when you pay by annual Direct Debit, you can reserve a free gift today:

  1. An easy-to-use, pocket-sized ophthalmoscope and otoscope to perform eye and ear examinations. Watch the video or read the BMJ article 
  2. 'I think this is a great little ophthalmoscope, which I use every day.' Dr David Nicholl. Read the full testimonial

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  3. A doctor stamp personalised with your name and GMC number.

The ST1/CT1/GPST1 subscription rate is £48 (valid from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018). For terms and conditions, please visit themdu.com/terms

Not progressing straight to ST1/CT1 or GPST1?

If you intend to undertake further training, work as a locum in the UK or study overseas, you can still renew with the MDU and request your gift. It is quick and easy and you could pay as little as £80. To renew, simply complete the gift request form and tell us what you are planning to do and we will confirm the subscription.

If you haven’t already set up an annual Direct Debit, please log in to My membership or call us on 0800 716 376.

Do you work solely in Scotland? Click here.

ST1/CT1/GPST1 membership benefits

Renew your membership with the MDU and practise with confidence with these valuable membership benefits:

  • A free gift when you pay by annual Direct Debit.
  • Professional indemnity for claims of negligence made against you.
  • Free educational seminars delivered at your hospital or GP practice.
  • Support and representation at disciplinary hearings, GMC hearings, or inquests.
  • Preferential member rates on a range of training courses and textbooks.
  • 24-hour medico-legal advice and guidance from a team of experts.
  • Indemnity for Good Samaritan acts worldwide.

What would you do?

Your friend, who is also a doctor in the same unit as you, has posted Facebook photos of a drunken date with a recent patient of theirs.

Read the MDU advice

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Read more case studies and see why it's important to make sure your MDU membership is up to date.

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