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    (Original post by peeked)
    Oh okay, so are there anyways to get bonuses or increases in the salary? Like if you work longer?
    Yes - if you work on-calls (unsocial hours) then you get paid more, according to how much on-calls you do. See this thread
    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5210640 for more details.

    Also what are 'Clinical excellence awards'? How many ways are there of increasing the salary? Sorry for being annoying btw

    The Clinical Excellence Awards (CEA) scheme is intended to recognise and reward those consultants who contribute most towards the delivery of safe and high quality care to patients and to the continuous improvement of NHS services. This includes those consultants and senior academic GPs who do so through their contribution to academic medicine.

    In particular, awards are made to consultants who:

    • demonstrate sustained commitment to patient care and wellbeing or improving public health
    • sustain high standards of both technical and clinical aspects of service while providing patient-focused care
    • in their day-to-day practice demonstrate a sustained commitment to the values and goals of the NHS by participating actively in annual job planning, observing the private practice code of conduct and showing a commitment to achieving agreed service objectives
    • through active participation in clinical governance contribute to continuous improvement in service organisation and delivery
    • embrace the principles of evidence-based practice
    • contribute to knowledge base through research and participate actively in research governance
    • are recognised as excellent teachers and or trainers and or managers
    • contribute to policy-making and planning in health and healthcare
    • make an outstanding contribution to professional leadership.

    (Original post by nexttime)
    ...My dream car is something that is small and fuel efficient so that it is good for the environment and easy to park.
    Which is exactly what I drive

    (Original post by DrSocSciences)
    I've had one of those. I got more attention in it than any other car I've driven. Good for the ego, but just a bit noisy, even with the dynamic exhaust option switched off.
    I look forward to being able to afford one

    If not for anything but the ego 😂😁

    I wouldn’t buy a car id buy properties in Greece or some other failing state
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    (Original post by HeadHoncho)
    I look forward to being able to afford one

    If not for anything but the ego 😂😁
    It was the perfect antidote to the cloak of invisibility that shrouds women after the age of 30. But I got rid of it because of the effect that such a beautiful car had in drawing out ugly parts of my personality. Good experience to have had tho'.

    If I got a well paid job in any field, cars don't really interest me. I would just get a hybrid car probably Toyota Prius or Lexus hybrid
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