Revalidation Update July 2016
Responsible Officer Dr David Flower and Clinical Appraisal Lead Dr Nicola Cordell offer up the second Revalidation update of 2016, which features fresh guidance and information for those revalidating through FOM.
Revalidation Update January 2016
Responsible Officer David Flower’s January 2016 Revalidation update features fresh guidance and information for those revalidating through the Faculty.
Revalidation Update July 2015
The July 2015 Revalidation update contains more helpful information and resources for those revalidating through the Faculty.
Feedback is always helpful and if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Revalidation Manager Alannah Harrison. Alternatively you can contact the RO Dr David Flower directly by emailing to RO@fom.ac.uk.
Revalidation Update January 2015
The January 2015 Revalidation update contains more helpful information and resources for those revalidating through the Faculty.
Revalidation Update July 2014
The third Revalidation Update contains a summary of progress so far, advice on when to schedule your appraisal and information about how to complete your appraisal portfolio.
Revalidation Update December 2013
As the first year of revalidation ends, the second Revalidation Update has now been released. This contains an update on our progress to date, some model Input and Output forms for PReP, an example of a completed PDP, a closer look at what a Quality Improvement Activity is and more.
Revalidation Update August 2013
The first Revalidation Update has now been released. This is a way for the Faculty Responsible Officer and for those supporting revalidation at the Faculty to communicate with all doctors who are revalidating through the Faculty and, hopefully, to demystify the process and highlight what progress we are making – individually and as a designated body. There will be an Update every three months and it will be a way to make sure that revalidation is not a remote or worrying process, but rather a core element of a doctor’s practice in which all feel able to take full part and benefit from.
In this first Update, as well as Faculty progress so far, we have dealt with three major issues which have been flagged up to us by our members;