Supporting SAS Doctors
SAS doctors (Specialty doctors, Associate Specialists and Staff grades including trust grades and other locally appointed doctors) play a significant role in the delivery of clinical services in the NHS. SAS doctors usually enter the grade with a minimum of four years’ clinical experience after medical school but, often have many more years, possibly even decades, of experience to contribute. They bring a wealth of clinical knowledge to our health service. This page provides for information for SAS doctors on career progression and CESR application as well as upcoming conferences.
Dr Nicky Morgan is FSRH's SAS Lead sitting on Council to represent SAS doctors in the SRH workforce.
If you are interested in promoting the role of SAS doctors within the Faculty contact Nicky Morgan SAS Doctor Lead firstname.lastname@example.org.
FSRH Qualifications for SAS Doctors
FSRH offers SAS Doctors two routes for training and education:
2. This webpage has information on funding, applying for a grant and undertaking the training for CESR - The Curriculum for the new specialty of Community Sexual and Reproductive Health. This programme has been approved by the Postgraduate Medical Education Board (PMETB) now merged with the General Medical council (GMC).
If you are interested in having a mentor or help gaining research/Public health experience, contact the SAS Doctor Lead (Nicky Morgan) at email@example.com
Events relevant to SAS Doctors
Events for SAS Doctors
There is one upcoming event for SAS Doctors. We will update this page with more information as it becomes available.
The BASHH SAS Conference - This will be held on 7/8 September 2018 at Keele University. Read more here.
Useful links for SAS Doctors
Useful SAS Links
There are resources available for SAS Doctors and below you find a list of useful links and information on a variety of topics.
A new charter for specialty and associate specialist (SAS) doctors in England sets out what SAS doctors and employers can expect from each other. The document has been agreed by the British Medical Association, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, HEE and NHS Employers.
The Health careers website offers some specific information on SAS doctors career information.
BMA information on SAS Committee and related information on CESR application, development funding and guidance on job planning SPA allowance.