21 / 6 / 2016 2pm - 21 / 6 / 2016 3pm
Who is the webinar for?
This webinar is for medical staffing teams and HR staff who will be responsible for implementing the proposed new junior doctors' contract.
The webinar aims to:
- inform you about the proposed new junior doctor contract and explain the differences between the terms and conditions published in March 2016 and the May 2016 version
- provide you with an opportunity to ask any questions. These will be used to inform and update our existing FAQs
- sign-post to further guidance, such as offer letters and the implementation timeline to help medical staffing leads introduce the proposed contract (pending a positive referendum result from the BMA).
NHS Employers representatives involved in the contract negotiations will go through the latest version of the proposed contract in detail. They will also highlight new sections and terms agreed throughout the last negotiation meetings with the BMA.
Book your place on the webinar using the online form.
If you are not able to attend, you can send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The latest information on the proposed contract and associated guidance can be found on our junior doctors' web page.
To ensure that you are able to join the webinar please look at our system requirement guidance.
Logging in to the webinar may take some time, so please ensure you dial in at least 10 minutes before the session is due to start.
To participate you simply need a computer with internet access which will enable you to see the presenters’ slides and submit online questions. You will also need a telephone line so that you can hear the presenters. We are keen to hear your thoughts, so please come prepared to ask the panel questions using the chat box throughout the webinar.
If you have any further questions or have problems joining the webinar then please contact us on 0844 800 5987.
We have found that some organisations have restrictions on joining our webinars as they are hosted by an external site called Go to Webinar. We recommend testing a few days in advance of the webinar.