Appraisal for revalidation - London

When and where

26 February 2018
Royal College of Physicians of London
5 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4LE

Appraisal for revalidation - London

This 1-day workshop focuses on the nature and purpose of appraisal and how it links directly to revalidation, and is designed to meet the needs of consultants and SAS doctors who are taking part in the appraisal process, either as appraisers or appraisees.

What you will learn

Delegates will identify the supporting information and evidence that they will require for peer appraisal and have the opportunity to practise appraisal skills as well as analysing and developing effective strategies for challenges which may present during appraisal.

By the end of this workshop, doctors will be able to:

  • understand the nature and purpose of appraisal and the link with revalidation
  • provide feedback in ways in which a colleague can accept, and can act upon
  • help colleagues develop strategies and targets for continuing professional development
  • recognise and deal with the difficulties presented by appraisal for revalidation.

Who should attend?

  • all specialties
  • SAS
  • consultants and final-year trainees.

E-learning – preparing for revalidation

If you are unable to attend this workshop, you may be interested in our Preparing for revalidation e-learning module.

Appraisal for revalidation

26 February 2018 09:30 to 16:00

Programme

Highlights include:

  • Self–assessment of appraisal skills
  • The revalidation process
  • How has appraisal changed?                      
  • Revalidation and the Medical Appraisal evidence
  • Collecting supporting information
  • Outputs from appraisal
  • Appraisal skills
  • The appraisal meeting and PDP
  • Practicing appraisal skills
  • Postphoning an appraisal