National Documents including some from NACT UK

Please select from the following:

Some useful documents that will be of interest to Members

Supporting Trainees NACT 2018 - Following the launch at the recent spring meeting, please find the NACT UK supporting trainees document, May 2018.

LEDs across the UK - This latest guidance from NACT UK that we have put together to support Locally Employed Doctors (LEDs) across the UK. This guidance sets out the current situation and proposes advice on who should support the professional development of this varied workforce.

The long-term sustainability of the NHS and Adult Social Care - a House of Lords Report published 5 April 2017

Adapting for the future: a plan for improving the flexibility of UK postgraduate medical training - a report GMC document

SAS Doctor Development Guide

Expansion of U/G Medical Education


Below are two examples of good practice of Strategies for Medical Education which might be useful to you for use within your own Trust.

If you also have a Strategy you would like to share with other Members please email us at

Rotherham's Strategy for Medical Education

GSTT's Strategy for Medical Education

Supporting Educators Feb 2016
A Guide to the Funding & Accountability of Medical Education Feb 2016 - Link to AoMRC Learning to Make a Difference report

Supervisor Review Oct 2015 - word document for members to download and adjust / customise for local use

Faculty Guide - the Workplace Learning Environment in PG Medical Training Oct 2013

Faculty Guide October 2013

Appendix 1 - Who Does What

Appexdix 2 - Roles of Supervisors

Appendix 3 - Job Descriptions

Appendix 4 - Guidance for Ongoing Clinical Supevision

Appendix 5 - Trainees in Difficulty (this was originally called Doctors in Difficulty)

DID Slides

Appendix 6 - Terms of Reference Department Faculty Group

Appendix 7 - Serious Incident Analysis

Appendix 8 - Review of Educator Roles

Some useful slides 

Recognising Educational Roles for Job Plans - Updated May 2015

Proposals for the organisation of Postgraduate Medical Education at the provider level August 2007


- An overview of how PGME is co-ordinated and delivered across the UK
Educational & Clinical Supervisor Recognition

This is an exellent opportunity for MEMs which DMEs should encourage