For the purposes of the Medical Act 1983, 'acceptable programme for provisionally registered doctors' means a programme that is for the time being recognised by the General Medical Council1 as providing a provisionally registered person with an acceptable foundation for future practice as a fully registered medical practitioner2.
In connection with recognising programmes for provisionally registered doctors the General Medical Council may determine3:
(1) the duration of a programme for provisionally registered doctors4;
(2) the bodies that may provide, arrange for the provision of or be responsible for programmes for provisionally registered doctors and (where different) the bodies by whom
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