Reference 2016-434

REF:            2016-434

Subject:        Induction to junior doctor

    

 

Request:

Please provide all the information you have given to new junior doctor starters at induction at the beginning of August 2016 regarding the new junior doctor contract.

Please state if you are requiring any of these new junior doctors of any grade to sign a contract that differs from the 2002 national terms and conditions of service*.

If you are requiring any doctor to sign a contract or other document different to this, please provide a generic copy of that contract/statement that you are requesting any doctor sign. Please provide all correspondence (emails etc) involved in the creation of this new document you are requesting any doctor to sign.

 

 

Response:

Please provide all the information you have given to new junior doctor starters at induction at the beginning of August 2016 regarding the new junior doctor contract.

Please state if you are requiring any of these new junior doctors of any grade to sign a contract that differs from the 2002 national terms and conditions of service*.

If you are requiring any doctor to sign a contract or other document different to this, please provide a generic copy of that contract/statement that you are requesting any doctor sign. Please provide all correspondence (emails etc) involved in the creation of this new document you are requesting any doctor to sign.

No information regarding the new contract has been given out to the new junior doctors who commenced in post on the August 2016 rotation.

 

The new contract was not mentioned as part of the junior doctor induction and no doctor has been requested to sign anything that differs from the 2002 national terms and conditions.

 

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