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Achieving Specialty Status by Article 14 Prospectively Prof Peter Stonier Director of Education & Achieving Specialty Status by Article 14 Prospectively Prof Peter Stonier Director of Education & Training FPM

‘Article 14’ now referred to as CESR: Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (non-CCT ‘Article 14’ now referred to as CESR: Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (non-CCT routes to GMC’s Specialist Register) • CESR: – for those not eligible for CCT • Non-EEA doctors – For those who elect to do CESR • Two routes: – Retrospective CESR (see Paul Robinson presentation) – Prospective CESR (follows rules of ‘accelerated’ CESR, now called ‘combined’ CESR*) * Combined CESR is open to doctors who have completed appropriate training, but not in PMETB-approved programmes. They must be eligible for and hold an NTN (NTN-E), and

Prospective CESR • Non-EEA doctor, not eligible for a CCT-UK programme: – Namely doctor Prospective CESR • Non-EEA doctor, not eligible for a CCT-UK programme: – Namely doctor who qualified non-EEA – And, undertook clinical training non-EEA • n. b. non-EEA graduate from recognised university who undertakes clinical training in UK is eligible for CCT route • Enters PMST programme with an NTN-E • Completes PMST similarly to CCT trainee: – – 4 -Year programme Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine Practical & generic modules of curriculum Assessments, appraisals, evidence portfolio, ARCPs In Practice 2009: There are currently 9 Prospective CESRs amongst 209 HMT/PMST Trainees • Applies for CESR rather than CCT from PMETB (at same cost £ 780) • CESR permits eligibility to apply for Specialist Register in