A visiting practitioner1 is entitled to provide occasional medical services2 if he has complied with the requirements to provide the registrar with the required documents3 and, where the practitioner's case falls within certain provisions of the European Union (Recognition of Professional Qualifications) Regulations 20154, the provision by the practitioner of occasional medical services is in accordance with those regulations5, the practitioner having, in particular, successfully completed any adaptation period, or passed any aptitude test, that he may be required to undertake6. Unless this entitlement is continued by virtue of the following provisions it ceases at the end of a
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