Corporate report

Further evidence for DDRB 2013 (general medical practitioners and general dental practitioners)

This review contains the Department of Health’s evidence to DDRB on general medical practitioners and general dental practitioners.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

Further evidence for the review body on doctors' and dentists renumeration

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Pay uplifts for doctors and dentists, who work for the NHS, are determined by the government in light of recommendations made by the independent review body on doctors and dentists remuneration (DDRB).  This body takes evidence from the four UK governments, trade unions and NHS employers before making their recommendations.

This follows on from the original pack of evidence that was published on 26 October 2012, and contains the Department of Health’s evidence to DDRB on general medical practitioners and general dental practitioners.

Published 20 November 2012