What we mean by being established in the UK
- What we mean by being established in the UK
- What we mean by a material change in your circumstances
You are considered to be established in the UK if your intended practice in the UK falls into either of these categories:
- A permanent or fixed term contract or agreement to provide medical services for an indefinite period, or for more than one month in total over a year.
- Any contract to provide medical services on a regular, frequent and continuous basis. Whether this is a permanent, fixed term or temporary contract.
This includes employment on a full or part-time basis. It applies whether you are directly employed, self-employed, or have an agreement to provide services.
If your intended practice falls into one of the categories above you will need to apply for full registration.