Junior Doctors' Network-Hellas (JDN-Hellas) is a non-governmental, non-profit association founded by junior doctors in Athens, Greece on 28 September 2014.
Its main goal is to create a forum for exchange of views and experiences, discussion of policy statements, development of projects and activities of interest to junior doctors, in the areas of:
post-graduate medical education and training,
safe working conditions,
and mobility of junior doctors.
Its structure and function is based on the “Junior Doctors’ Network-JDN of Associate Members of the World Medical Association-WMA” (JDN-WMA), which was founded in 2011 in Uruguay and is active worldwide.
JDN-Hellas has the following 5 pillars of work:
Medical Education & PGME
Medical Ethics & Deontology
Public Health & Preventive Medicine
According to JDN-Hellas Statutes:
Daily business of JDN-Hellas is managed by an Executive Board consisting of 5 elected officers plus (if any) up to 2 substitutes. The Executive Board elects among themselves its Chair, Deputy-Chair, Secretary, Treasurer and Members. The second management unit of the Network is the Audit Committee consisting of 3 elected officers plus (if any) up to 2 substitutes. The AC is responsible to oversee the financial business of the Network taken care of by the Treasurer, by submitting an annual report to the General Assembly.
The General Assembly of its Members is the highest decision-making body of the Network. It consists of all registered members who have duly paid their annual fees at the time of its assembly. The GA assembles constitutionally once every year and on other extraordinary occasions when asked by the Executive Board. It elects on an annual basis the members of the Executive Board and those of the Audit Committee.
Meet the Audit Committee 2016/2018