Revalidation is the process by which doctors demonstrate to the General Medical Council (GMC) that they are up-to-date and fit to practise and that they are complying with the relevant professional standards. It applies to all doctors with a licence to practise on the GMC register, including those i...
Appraisers of RCPCH examiners can find guidance here on what they can expect during an effective appraisal meeting. It will help examiners and their appraisers structure the supporting information and the appraisal discussion in a way that allows a proper evaluation of a doctor’s learning since the ...
This guidance is for doctors working overseas or thinking of working overseas, and who may be concerned about revalidation.
The guidance is intended to assist paediatricians who are unsure whether a licence to practise is required for their role, if they are not simultaneously working as a clinical paediatrician.
At Level 3 of training (ST6-8), paediatric trainees may sub-specialise in a specific area of paediatrics. Those who complete an approved programme of sub-specialist training are eligible to enter on the GMC Specialist Register as a Paediatrician with a sub-specialty. This process is also known as th...