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Key to demonstrating your fitness to practise, use our guide to help you understand the annual appraisals process and how to get the most out of it.
Whether you are an appraiser or an appraisee, medical appraisals are a required part of your working life. Find out the basics about medical appraisals.
There are three stages to a medical appraisal - find out what you need to do before, during and after, to get the most out of it.
The NHS Revalidation Support Team (RST) has produced a Model Appraisal Form to help doctors prepare for their appraisals - you can download it here.
Appraisers should be selected from a range of senior doctors across trusts, to manage all appraisals of doctors. FInd out more about appraiser selection.
An Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP) is the appraisal process for all specialty trainees or StR's including general practice trainees. Find out what's involved for doctors in training.
As part of revalidation as a sessional GP, you will need to demonstrate that you have participated in an annual appraisal that covers your full scope of work. Get tips and advice on what you need to do.
See our list of useful resources that can help you get ready for your appraisal.
Read our guide to help you to prepare for the revalidation process, including how to find your responsible officer and what to do if things go wrong.