The ARCP provides a formal process that reviews the evidence presented by the trainee and their educational supervisor, relating to their progress in the training programme. It is also the means by which doctors in training engage with the annual review of full scope of work for medical revalidation. It enables the trainee, the Postgraduate Dean and employers to document that the competences required are being gained at an appropriate rate and through appropriate experience.
What is the purpose of an ARCP?
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