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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 with access to a dedicated team of experts to support you if a complaint is made against you. 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 to perform comprehensive eye examinations. Watch the video or read the BMJ article 


  2. Or

  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.

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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.

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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.

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