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At a time when trusts are keen to assess the value of their workforce, it is important you understand how best to prepare for your job plan review.
Find out more about job plans and access helpful guidance, diaries, and templates to help you prepare for your job plan review.
The job plan outlines a doctor's commitments to the NHS or university. Make sure you include the items listed here when completing one.
Download model job plans for consultants by specialty in England. Includes sixteen different specialties. Browse the titles.
Drill down for extensive content specific to consultant job plans. Includes example objectives, managing the job plan review, and nations specific info.
Includes principles of a good job plan, FAQs about the job plan model, and information about the job plan diary for general practitioners.
Job planning information and guidance specific to SAS doctors. Includes appeals and mediation, fee paying work, objectives, programmed activities and more.
A new job planning tool designed for SAS doctors (2008 contract) and Consultants (2003 onwards) in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Read about and download model job plans for SAS doctors and consultants in Scotland, and for consultants by specialty in England.
Find out about performance assessment and enhancement schemes, and the Medical Academic Staff Committee's views on clinical work.
A presentation covering what the appeals panels are for, how they function, and some of the key issues you might have to consider in the event that you are asked to sit on a panel as the third member.