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New to managing doctors aguide for hr practitionersNew to managing doctors? A guide for HR practitioners

1. Medical and dental pay and contracts

There are several specific contracts agreed with the BMA for employed doctors. In these pages you will find information and guidance on contracts for:

doctors in training (hospital and general practice)

specialty and associate specialist (SAS) doctors

consultants and dental consultants

salaried GPs

salaried dentists.

Each page will contain additional documents dealing with issues relevant to that group of doctors.

Pay is reviewed by the Doctors and Dentists Review Body (DDRB).

NHS Employers submits evidence to the review bodies, based on information collected from our policy board, our regular meetings with NHS HR directors, our medical workforce forum, and our online surveys.

These pages outline information on the NHS Pension Scheme including recent changes.

Specific information on the transfer of public health staff to local authorities can be found on the Department of Health website .

4. Appointment of consultants

The appointment of consultants in NHS trusts (but not foundation trusts) is regulated by the Appointment of Consultant Regulations 1996 (and subsequent amendments). These pages provide supporting information for employers, including extra information for public health appointments.

5. Job planning for consultants and SAS doctors

Job planning is a key part of the consultant and SAS contracts; it is also essential in getting optimum results from a senior cohort of staff. NHS Employers has worked with the BMA to produce guidance for effective consultant and SAS job planning. These two pieces of guidance and other supporting resources are available on our consultant job planning and SAS web pages.

Revalidation was officially launched by the GMC in December 2012 and the implementation phase of the project is now largely complete. NHS England has now taken on all the functions of the NHS revalidation support team, which has now disbanded. Our webpages offer a background to medical revalidation and supporting information.

A collective agreement for managing issues of health, conduct and capability for doctors is published by the Department of Health. NHS Employers has published Staying on Course: Supporting doctors in difficulty through early and effective action, to help employers to put things right where possible and take correct action where not.