Please release all strategic planning documents relating to junior
doctor numbers, coverage and rostering for the period June-Sept 2016

Overall in your hospital, considering junior doctors to be anything from FY1 to ST8, please tell me:
1. How many junior doctors do you have within your trust and can you please provide a breakdown of grade and specialty
2. How many doctors do you currently have rostered to work each weekend
3. How many doctors you will have working each weekend in August, when the new junior doctor contract is imposed
4. What is the anticipated change in salary for a junior doctor in rotas where pay protection will not exist e.g. the difference between average FY1 pay August 2015-Jul 2016 vs August 2016-July 2017
Specifically for FY1 doctors please tell me:
1. How many FY1 doctors do you currently have rostered to work each weekend
2. How many FY1 doctors you will have working each weekend in August, when the new junior doctor contract is imposed
For each individual grade of junior doctor, i.e. FY1, SHO (being FY2 to CT3 and trust grade SHO’s) and SpR/StR in each of these specialties:
Anaesthetics
Acute Medicine
Emergency Medicine
General Surgery
Intensive Care
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Paediatrics,
Please tell me:
1. How many doctors do you currently have rostered to work each weekend
2. How many doctors you will have working each weekend in August, when the new junior doctor contract is imposed

For each individual grade of doctor (SHO (FY2-CT3 and trust grade SHO’s), SpR/StR) how many more doctors will you need to employ to ensure full rotas in Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics, Intensive Care and Paediatrics?

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