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  1. JDAT – Monitoring Over the next few slides we aim to give you some information to help you understand and successfully complete your monitoring.

  2. Monitoring • Every 6 months • Contractual obligation • 75% needed to be valid exercise • Results within 15 working days

  3. So How is Monitoring Done? • Most Trust will use an online system called DRS • You will be sent email with login details and also some guidance of how to use the system. • Some trust will use paper diary cards

  4. To Complete Monitoring Successfully • Understand your rota and shift pattern • Understand Rest • Understand Natural Breaks

  5. Rota/Shift Type • Full Shift • In hospital working • No rest just Natural Breaks • On call • Work 9-5 then go home and on-call from home (but might occasionally get called in). • In the 24 hours you must have a period of rest. • Your have more hours on duty than you do working.

  6. Rest Natural Breaks Natural breaks are NOT counted as rest. Natural Breaks are paid. You get them, or you don’t • NOT paid for rest • Best method – consider as on-call, home and asleep Trainees who are not on an on-call rota should leave rest as 0hrs on monitoring

  7. Monitoring - How • Put in day type • Start and End Time • No rest unless on call from home • Resident • Natural Break • Work Episodes • Notes

  8. Put in day type • Put in day type • Standard • Full Shift • On call • Zero/rest day • Leave

  9. Start and End Time • Start and End Time • Enter start of work time • Enter end of work time • If 24 hour on call then enter for example start 9:00 and end 9:00

  10. Rest • Rest • Only enter if working from off site – on call from home. • Not Natural Break. • Generally full shift/standard day will not include rest

  11. Resident • Keep box ticked if working on site • Untick box if working from home (i.e. on call)

  12. Natural Break - NB • If you have been able to get 30 minutes break approximately every 4 hours then tick box • Standard 8 hour day should have 1 • Long full shift 12 hour should have 2

  13. Work Episodes • This is only for on-call shifts • Enter episodes when working out of hours

  14. Notes • You do not have to enter any notes but it is sensible to do. • Helps explain why unable to get natural breaks or working over hours • As it can be difficult to remember if questioned weeks and may be months later • Click Save Notes

  15. Monitoring - How Then Press Save After each days entry!

  16. Still Confused or Uncertain! • Useful BMA document if work full shift rota. • http://bma.org.uk/-/media/Files/PDFs/Practical%20advice%20at%20work/Contracts/monitoringguidance.pdf • Or ask a friend! • nwd.jdat@nw.hee.nhs.uk