Colleague and patient feedback for revalidation

Our Guidance on supporting information for appraisal and revalidation outlines the supporting information you need to reflect on at your appraisals for revalidation. 


Supporting information for appraisal and revalidation

You must reflect on feedback from colleagues and patients (or if you don’t have patients, those you provide medical services to) at least once each revalidation cycle. It should help you identify what you’re doing well and ways to improve your practice. Both positive and critical feedback is valuable if it helps you to reflect on your practice. Your appraisals should take into account all information you gather about your practice. Feedback shouldn’t be used on its own to make judgements.