The Q & A bank provides an easy to navigate information resource, containing questions and answers developed by the RCGP Specialty Advisers with sample scenarios and links to relevant resources in each section.
We have also incorporated a number of generic revalidation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) developed by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.
The RCGP has developed Example Portfolios to demonstrate how GPs in a variety of roles can demonstrate they meet the appraisal and revalidation standards set by the GMC.
Each portfolio has been authored by a RCGP Specialty Adviser with a specific area of expertise.
The RCGP Guide to Revalidation of General Practitioners contains information about the process and the types of supporting information that GPs are expected to collect in order to demonstrate that they are meeting the standards set by the General Medical Council (GMC).
Key news and guidance updates
Are you a GP, appraiser or responsible officer with a query about revalidation? The RCGP has a network of Specialty Advisers who can provide input and advice. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Faculties’ Core Guidance describes the supporting information that all doctors are required to collect for revalidation, providing a common template for each College and Faculty to add specialty-specific information.
Supporting Information for appraisal and revalidation: guidance for General Practitioners (PDF) is the RCGP version of that document.
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