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NPPL Medical Guidance

Although the NPPL Medical Declaration Form contains guidance for the Pilot and their GP it is not unusual for individual GPs to question the NPPL system and their role and potential liability.
 
The guide that the BMAA has produced is a short introduction to the system and we recommend that pilots include a copy of it when taking their medical form along to their GP for a counter signature.
 
The BMAA guide does not seek to change the CAA information but hopes to highlight and clarify the key points that seem to raise concerns with GPs.
 
The Guide is contained in the Information Library section of the BMAA web site, or follow this link.
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