Medacs Healthcare and the British Medical Association (BMA) have teamed up to offer you the chance to watch the free webinar “How to make the most of your appraisal” delivered by the BMA’s medical careers consultant Katie Dallison.
By watching this webinar you will learn:
Throughout the webinar you will be provided with useful and practical tips to make the process as beneficial to you as possible.
Please click here to access the free webinar now.
Appraisals with Medacs Healthcare
Medacs Healthcare offers a full appraisal and revalidation service for all locum doctors who Medacs Healthcare act as a Designated Body. If you need help finding your Designated Body, please click here.
Appraisals generally last between 1-2 hours and will be arranged at a time to suit your schedule. For more information on our appraisal and revalidation service please visit our revalidation portal here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a snippet of the continuous excellent feedback we receive about our team of qualified appraisers:
“I must say I have found the two appraisals conducted through Medacs to be most useful and as a result have enjoyed this process. Specifically, the clarity with which my appraiser explained what I need to implement in order to get maximum benefit from the appraisal process, has been exemplary. As a result, I have been motivated to attain my CPDs and achieve my personal development goals. This has undoubtedly led to me becoming a better doctor as per the GMC regulations.” Dr J Khan
About BMA Careers
The BMA has been supporting doctors and championing the profession for over 175 years, providing essential advice and representation to protect doctors’ employment and support career progression. To find out how Medacs Healthcare locums can take advantage of one months' free membership with The BMA, please click here.
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