This is the 39th report from the Review Body on Doctors' and Dentists Remuneration. The Review Body was appointed in 1971, and is an independent body which makes recommendations to the Prime Minister, the Secretary of State for Health, the First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing of the Scottish Parliament, the First Minister and Minister for Health and Social Services in the Welsh Assembly Government and the First Minister, Deputy First Minister and Minister for Health, Social Services and Public Safety of the Northern Ireland Executive. This publication is divided into 8 chapters, with 6 appendices. Chapter 1: Economic and general considerations; Chapter 2: Main pay recommendations for 2010-11; Chapter 3: General medical practitioners; Chapter 4: General dental practitioners; Chapter 5: Salaried primary dental care services; Chapter 6: Doctors and dentists in hospital training; Chapter 7: Consultants; Chapter 8: Specialty doctors and associate specialists. The main recommendations include: 1.5% increase to the national salary scales for foundation house officers (1&2), house officers and senior house officers. For the remaining grades of doctors in training, a recommended increase of 1 percent on the national salary scales. For general medical practitioner registrars the recommended increase for the 2010-11 supplement should remain at the present rate of 45 percent, those currently recieving the higher protected level of the supplement this should be kept at existing entitlements rather than see a reduction in pay supplement. For GDPs in England and Wales the Body recommends that gross earnings base be increased by a factor intended to result in no increase to net income after allowing for movement in expenses. Therefore an uplift of 1.44 percent be applied to the gross earnings base under the new contract for 2010-11 for GDPs. The Review Body estimates the cost of their recommendations for doctors and dentists to be 0.5 percent of pay bill not including independent contractor GMPs and GDPs for which a zero increase in net income.
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