SAS job planning guide

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11 / 4 / 2014 10.17am

NHS Employers, the BMA and the devolved administrations have agreed a UK guide to job planning for specialty and associate specialist doctors (published November 2012). The guide reflects a shared understanding of the key principles which should characterise a collaborative approach to the job planning process. It follows similar guidance produced in 2011 for consultants and their employers.

Some of the key principles of the guidance are that job planning should be:
  • undertaken in a spirit of collaboration and cooperation 
  • mutually agreed and not imposed 
  • completed in good time with at least annual review 
  • reflective of the professionalism of being a doctor 
  • agreed taking account of the career development and aspirations of the doctor 
  • focused on maintaining high-quality care 
  • transparent, fair and honest 
  • agreed taking into account the individual doctor’s area(s) of expertise 
  • agreed with adequate provision for any activities mandated by regulating agencies 
  • responsive to appraisal discussion.

Job planning guidance

Job planning guidance for specialty doctors and associate specialists - guidance published in November 2012 
Guide to job planning checklists and diary guidance - published in April 2008 comprising checklists and diary for use by clinical managers and doctors
Clinical manager checklist - a checklist to help clinical managers with the job planning process
Doctor checklist - a checklist to help doctors with the job planning process
Doctor job planning diary - a diary to help doctors with the job planning process

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