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A new time limit is introduced on provisional registration

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01 Apr 2015

From today (1 April 2015) the length of time doctors are allowed to hold provisional registration for is limited to a maximum of three years and 30 days (1125 days).

We’ve made an important change to the way doctors can use their provisional registration (PR). From today (1 April 2015) the length of time doctors are allowed to hold provisional registration for is limited to a maximum of three years and 30 days (1125 days). Doctors already holding provisional registration as of today will be allocated 1125 days to complete their training. Doctors that are granted provisional registration in future will also be given 1125 days.

Our news centre article covers the introduction of time limiting provisional registration in more detail.