retrospective approval

retrospective approval

A UK term of art for the ex post facto approval given to a junior doctor trainee for a period of postgraduate (specialist) training that would count towards attaining a Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training.

In 2007, the Postgraduate Medical Education Training Board (PMETB) reconfirmed its previously issued guidance on routes to specialist registration—i.e., PMETB will not give retrospective approval to posts already undertaken. Therefore, doctors entering specialty training above year one based on posts in the UK or overseas that did not have PMETB training approval will gain entry to the Specialist Register on successful completion of their programmes through the award of a certificate confirming eligibility for specialist registration (CESR), the Article 14 route. For doctors who wish to pursue a career at consultant level in the UK the method of entry onto the Specialist Register is irrelevant.
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Obama's 63% retrospective approval rating is slightly higher than the 59% he received in Gallup's final measurement of him as president in January 2017.
The Beckhams got retrospective approval, but locals are angry that they didn't have to knock it down and wait for due process like mere mortals must.
The Cabinet has approved a proposal to open seven new Bangladesh missions abroad in addition to clearing another proposal for giving retrospective approval to already established 17 missions abroad.
The Cabinet yesterday approved a proposal to open seven new Bangladesh embassies abroad in addition to clearing another proposal for giving retrospective approval to 17 already established missions abroad.
Government given a retrospective approval for issuance of sovereign guarantee of PKR 25bn for power sector.
Mr McCabe said: "Not only has this monstrosity been built without planning permission and the culprit rewarded with retrospective approval but the meagre conditions attached to it have been ignored.
But after members of Gateshead Council's planning and development committee visited the site they are being advised to grant retrospective approval for the headstones after an application by householder Mark McGovern.
In terms of retrospective approval there is no prohibition in the granting of retrospective approval, provided the parties are not given the chance to circumvent EU rules, or to dispense with complying with them," Mr Bird said.
But experts say whether retrospective approval should be allowed in the case of emergency could be a point of controversy.
In this study, the author analyzed only two waves of retrospective approval ratings as gathered by Gallup in surveys conducted in 1990 and 1993 (King 1999).
We're disappointed the planning committee did not agree with the recommendation to grant retrospective approval and will continue to work closely with the council on this matter.
The Kirkby firm and Knowsley council are at loggerheads over the potential granting of retrospective approval for the structure which replaced one devastated by a huge blaze last summer.