Your designated body

This page provides information for doctors in training about their designated body.

Your Responsible Officer will be in the organisation that is supporting you with revalidation. This organisation is called your ‘designated body’:

If you are a trainee in England, your designated body is your Local Education and Training Board (LETB), known as for example, Health Education East Midlands. Your Responsible Officer is the Responsible Officer for your LETB. .

If you are a trainee and your programme is managed by the Defence Postgraduate Medical Deanery or the Pharmaceutical Medicine Virtual Deanery, your designated body is that deanery and your responsible officer is your postgraduate dean at your deanery.

If you are a trainee in Scotland, your designated body is . Your responsible officer is the medical director for NHS Education for Scotland.

If you are a trainee in Wales, your designated body is the . Your responsible officer is your postgraduate dean.

If you are a trainee in Northern Ireland, your designated body is the . Your responsible officer is your postgraduate dean.

You can check the name of your designated body and responsible officer by visiting the 'My Revalidation' section of your Communitybaptistpa Online account.

Your designated body can provide you with more information about how revalidation will work for you. 

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