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Medical associate professions webinar: physician associates and physicians' assistants (anaesthesia).
18 / 1 / 2019 11am - 18 / 1 / 2019 Midday
This webinar will focus on the physician associates and physicians' assistants (anaesthesia) roles, and the value they can add to multi-disciplinary teams working in a medical model of care.
Tweet chat: Men as allies
15 / 1 / 2019 8pm - 15 / 1 / 2019 9pm
Join the Health & Care Women Leaders Network tweet chat on 15 January to discuss men as allies.
There are several sources of information available for GP practices who employ GP trainees, please see the links below.
Guidance and resources
Information, events and advice for GP practices can be found on our additional resources web page, please check back frequently for updates.
Terms and conditions of service
Please refer to the full 2016 terms and conditions of service for doctors and dentists in training. In addition, our pay circulars provide details of contractual amendments and pay arrangements for staff covered by the national medical and dental terms and conditions of service.
Work scheduling for general practice
Advice on work scheduling for general practices, in particular for templates and worked examples of work schedules.
Leadership programme for SAS doctors and consultants
NHS Employers' submission to the NHS Pay Review...
Transitioning band 1 staff to band 2
NHS Employers' submission to the NHSPRB published
07 / 1 / 2019 9.30am
You can now read our 2019/20 written evidence to the NHS Pay Review Body (NHSPRB).
Pay journey tool (England only)
03 / 1 / 2019 9.30am
Access the pay journey tool which shows individual pay journeys under the 2018 NHS terms and conditions of service.
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