Independent report

National Health Service Pay Review Body 30th report: 2017

Recommendations from the National Health Service Pay Review Body (NHSPRB) on Agenda for Change pay.

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National Health Service Pay Review Body 30th report: 2017

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National Health Service Pay Review Body 30th report: 2017

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Executive Summary

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This report sets out the NHSPRB’s analysis of evidence provided by relevant organisations and makes proposals on the pay of NHS staff paid under Agenda for Change from April 2017. The NHSPRB provides independent advice on the pay of NHS staff to the:

  • Prime Minister
  • Secretary of State for Health
  • First Minister of Scotland
  • First Minister of Wales
  • First Minister and Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland
Published 28 March 2017