Information for Appraisees
As a licensed doctor, you will need to have an annual appraisal in order to be able to revalidate.
Appraisal is a process whereby you and your appraiser spend time reviewing your past practice by making reference to some supporting information. Together, you will agree some professional development goals to work towards in the future. The appraisal should be based upon the General Medical Council’s core guidance for doctors, Good Medical Practice, and is your opportunity to demonstrate that you are meeting the necessary professional values. It is also a great opportunity to take time out to think about your work across the whole scope of your practice, to reflect on important events and what they have taught you and to identify priorities for your own future.
Wessex Appraisal Service provides a Code of Conduct for both appraisers and appraisees. Please refer to the Code of Conduct for Appraisees.