Medical and Dental Workforce

Hospital staff

There are three broad categories of employed medical and dental staff in NHS Wales: Consultants, SAS Doctors, and Doctors in Training. 

Revalidation applies to all doctors and dentists who wish to practise in the UK.

Gweithlu Meddygol a Deintyddol

Mae tri chategori eang o staff meddygol a deintyddol cyflogedig yn y GIG yng Nghymru:
Ymgynghorwyr, Meddygon Staff ac Arbenigwyr Cyswllt, a Meddygon dan Hyfforddiant.

Mae ailddilysu yn berthnasol i bob meddyg a deintydd sydd am ymarfer yn y DU.


 

Surgery

All Medical Staff and Dental staff

There are policies and protocols which apply to all employed medical and dental staff in NHS Wales, or to all employing NHS bodies in Wales.

Doctors in conversation

Consultants

The amended Consultant Contract was introduced in Wales in December 2003

hospital trolley

Doctors in Training

The contract for doctors in training is a UK-wide contract, negotiated and agreed between representatives of each of the 4 UK home countries, the service throughout the NHS including in Wales, and the BMA through a body known as the JNC(J).

doctor holding notes

Revalidation

The purpose of revalidation is to assure patients and the public, employers and other healthcare professionals that licensed doctors are up to date and fit to practise.

doctor and patient

SAS Doctors

The contract for SAS Doctors is a UK-wide contract, negotiated and agreed between representatives of each of the 4 UK home countries, the service throughout the NHS including in Wales, and the BMA through a body known as the JNC(SAS).

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