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NHS Employers offers NHS organisations a comprehensive range of events, seminars and conferences to share best practice, get informed and network with colleagues.
Junior doctors' contract ESR webinar
27 / 9 / 2016 2pm - 27 / 9 / 2016 3pm
Join our webinar for payroll staff to learn about the new structure of pay under the 2016 junior doctors contract and how it will be entered onto ESR.
Diversity and Inclusion in the NHS: The inclusive revolution
21 / 9 / 2016 9am - 21 / 9 / 2016 5pm
NHS Employers Diversity and Inclusion conference will take place on 21 September and will be hosted by KPMG UK LLP within their offices located in Canary Wharf, London.
This section details standards and assurance for employers to be aware of. This includes information on professional regulation, including medical and nursing revalidation, statutory regulation, and voluntary registers for a range of staff groups.
ESR supporting Care Quality Commission audits
ESR functionality can help provide the data requirements to support certain outcomes within the CQC’s essential standards of quality and safety.
Regulation exists in many forms, from employer-led to licensing to statutory, with many variations in how to structure and manage processes.
Social workers in the NHS
Social workers predominantly work with adults, children and families outside of health settings but increasingly they can be found working in the NHS either employed directly or seconded from local authorities. Recent data shows that there are around 1,800 social workers working in the NHS.
Developing your support workforce
Changes to the healthcare landscape are prompting employers to think differently about developing their support workforce to meet health, financial and workforce challenges.
GMC reports and information
The General Medical Council is the independent regulator for doctors in the UK. They regularly issue reports and guidance useful for employers.
Leadership and management for all doctors
This page includes information about the General Medical Councils (GMCs) guidance on leadership and management for all doctors. The guidance sets out the principal duties of doctors in the workplace.
Recognising and approving trainers
Following consultation earlier this year, the General Medical Council (GMC) has agreed a phased process for implementing new arrangements to recognise and approve trainers of all undergraduate medical students and postgraduate medical trainees.
Aspiring to become an HRD
The aspirant career development programme aims to prepare those with the potential to become directors of workforce, within the next 12-24 months, through targeted and individualised career development.
Have your say in the return to practice guidance consultation
The Health and Care Professions Council is consulting on the revised return to practice guidance. We would like to understand how employers support AHPs' return to practice and any practical issues faced.
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