Relinquishing your registration
UKPHR’s view of registration is that it is an assurance of competent public health practice for the purpose of public protection and therefore those who practise in public health should be on the public Register.
A registrant who retires completely from public health practice poses no risk of harm to the public and need not therefore be on UKPHR’s register.
For a registrant who wishes to remain on the Register, despite no longer practising public health, the requirements to maintain registration will remain.
Once a registrants’ status has been changed to withdrawn by request, should they wish to return to the register, they must proceed to apply for restoration within their portal.
If a registrant wishes to voluntarily withdraw their registration, simply submit the appropriate application within the UKPHR portal.