UKPHR currently checks that registrants continue to maintain their competence after entry onto the Register by way of a system of five-yearly re-registration and/or revalidation.
UKPHR have agreed a formal revalidation scheme for all registrants as a necessary development. This is so that the public, registrants and registrants’ employers and commissioners can continue to be assured that public health professionals who are registered do keep up their knowledge and competence and continue to be fit to practise.
Specialist registrants – Revalidation
UKPHR’s Board agreed a revalidation launch date for all specialist registrants from the 1st April 2019.
Policy: For specialists
Guidance: For specialists
Practitioner registrants – Re-registration
UKPHR’s Board at agreed that Revalidation for all practitioner registrants will be delayed until appropriate arrangements are in place to support practitioners with professional appraisal.
Guidance: For practitioners
Frequently Asked Questions
UKPHR has approved the following Multi-Source Feedback tools for the purposes of revalidation: