Skip to content

Will remote assessments be as comprehensive as a face-to-face visit?

The remote assessment process will still be looking at key areas of practice standards, such as veterinary medicines, as robustly as during a face-to-face assessment, so that any areas of concern should be noticed and noted.

For example, all the documentation and evidence regarding veterinary medicines will be either requested for upload to Stanley in advance, or will be looked at during the remote assessment. Furthermore, assessors will be ensuring that the member of the practice team who is operating the device will show them all the relevant areas that need checking and assessing.

If assessors have any concerns during the practice visit, they will put these to the Practice Standards Review Group who may recommend that further assessments may be necessary within the four-year accreditation period.

Related FAQs

  1. 1
  2. 2