Restoring your routine registration and licence
If you’re considering returning to practice on a more permanent basis, we can support you to restore your routine registration or licence to practise. Holding routine registration and a licence means you can continue to practise after the emergency ends, or work in areas not directly linked to the pandemic.
The application process to restore routine registration and licence may be different depending on if you have used your temporary emergency registration or not.
If you haven’t practised using your temporary emergency registration
If you have practised using your temporary emergency registration
If you’ve used your temporary emergency registration or licence during the pandemic, please complete ourand/or the .
Supporting you to return to practice
If you are considering restoring your routine registration so that you can return to practice, there are a number of programmes and resources to support you:
- has practical advice on returning to medicine after a break as well as information about different training opportunities.
- If you’re planning to work in Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales you should contact the health service in the relevant country for advice.
For GPs, there are various schemes to support your return to general practice: