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In November 2016, the JDC agreed to re-open talks between the co-chairs and NHS Employers to address key concerns about the contract.
Stay informed on the latest developments and get the support you need.
Under the new 2016 contract the pay structure is very different. Our sample payslip explains the different elements of pay.
Get the latest guidance on the 2016 contract and get the support you need.
Find out what you can do and access the support you need.
We have been discussing with NHS Employers (NHSE), an issue relating to the way transitional pay protection cash floors are calculated. Read our statement and FAQs
Listen to our legal expert explain the details of the whistleblowing agreement for junior doctors in England.
Visit our Facebook page dedicated to junior doctors. Follow the posts to stay informed and share your views and experiences.
The contract is being introduced in a phased approach according to the rota schedule. Find out how it may affect you.
Contract negotiations began over two years ago. Find out how far we have come.
We understand you have questions and concerns about the contract. Let us know and we'll do our best to help you.
Latest contract details
On 6 July NHS Employers released the final terms and conditions of service for junior doctors in England.
Check the NHS Employers website
As a simple way to check your rotas under the new #juniorcontract, use our online rota checking tool: https://t.co/x74IQL9CXB
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25 Apr 2017 12:11 PM
18 April 2017
Around 40 per cent of QOF (quality and outcomes framework) indicators for GPs have been removed from the general medical services contract as part of a one-year deal between the BMA Welsh GPs committee and the Welsh Government.
A ‘fanciful’ plan to turn the NHS around was revealed last week. It promised to create the most integrated health service in the Western world and invest in urgent care, cancer treatment and general practice. Peter Blackburn reports on the dangers that lie beneath its ambitious pledges
13 April 2017
The Welsh Government has reaffirmed its commitment to BMA Cymru Wales to do all it can to secure the rights of EU workers in the NHS.
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