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SAS charters

Craigavon hospital 
17 October 2016
Secondary care

These charters, published according to nation, set out what you as a SAS doctor can expect from your employer and what your employer can expect of you.

They also demonstrate a commitment to supporting and developing the role of the SAS doctor as a valued and vital part of the medical workforce.

 

Recognising your value

The charters recognise the key role that SAS doctors hold in the delivery of high quality, safe medical care for patients, and demonstrate a commitment to supporting and enabling you to realise your full potential.

 

Tailored to you

Each nation has differences that have been highlighted in the tailored versions of the charter, so it's vital to read the charter according to where you are currently working. 

 

  • SAS charter for England

    SAS charter for England

    This document has been produced jointly with NHS Employers, Health Education England and The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

    Download the SAS charter for England

     

  • SAS charter for Northern Ireland

    SAS charter for Northern Ireland

    This document has been produced jointly with the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.

    Download the SAS charter for Northern Ireland

     

  • SAS charter for Scotland

    SAS charter for Scotland

    This document has been produced jointly with Management Steering Group (MSG), which includes both NHS Scotland employers and the Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorate (SGHSCD).

    Download the SAS charter for Scotland

     

  • SAS charter for Wales

    SAS charter for Wales

    A SAS charter for Wales was released in August 2016, in conjunction with the Welsh Government, BMA Wales, NHS employers and the Welsh deanery.

    Download the SAS charter for Wales