Core Element F (Domain 4)
Domain 4: Maintaining Trust
Each year you are asked to consider any Probity issues encountered since your last appraisal. As part of Appraisal Form 3, you are asked to complete a Probity Statement. Additionally, you may wish to complete a reflective template as well, which can be found at the bottom of this page.
Completion of Probity Statement (declaration) is required for every appraisal
Good medical practice requires all doctors to:
GMC (2013) Good Medical Practice, [Online], Available: http://www.gmc-uk.org/guidance/good_medical_practice.asp
When the appraiser drafts the Form 4 summary, any Probity items declared in the Probity Statement will get flagged automatically as "issues".
If the appraiser deems the item as resolved and no further action is required, they can overwrite "issues" on your Form 4 to "Resolved".
The three statuses in relation to the self declarations are:
Document designed for electronic completion
This page was last updated on: 15/05/2015
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