The registrar must give each licensed practitioner1, other than an excepted practitioner2, a notice specifying a submission date ('notice of a submission date')3 for the purposes of the revalidation4 of the practitioner once in every five year period following the grant of a licence to the practitioner5, or on any other occasion that the registrar sees fit6.
A practitioner who has been given notice of a submission date must, by that date, provide any evidence or information to the registrar relating to the revalidation of the practitioner required by guidance published7 by the General Medical Council8.
A practitioner who has
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