Tagged: GMC

Consultations

The 2013 National Training Survey launches on 26 March. All those undergoing postgraduate medical training in the UK are required to take part in the survey, which is a core part of the work the GMC does to monitor the … Read more → – Consultations

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Dame Sally Davies revalidated by the General Medical Council

On Wednesday 18 December 2012, Dame Sally Davies received confirmation from the General Medical Council (GMC) that she has been revalidated. Dame Sally is one of the first doctors in the UK to have been revalidated following implementation in December … Read more → – Dame Sally Davies revalidated by the General Medical Council

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GMC launches a confidential helpline and online decision making tool

The General Medical Council (GMC) has launched two new services to help doctors raise concerns about patient safety. A new confidential helpline will enable doctors to seek advice and raise concerns. We have also created an online decision making tool … Read more → – GMC launches a confidential helpline and online decision making tool

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The ‘Speaking Up’ charter launch signifies partnership working

The Department of Health, British Medical Association, General Medical Council and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges are among organisations now signed up to the ‘Speaking Up’ charter. The charter was launched in October and outlines a commitment by NHS … Read more → – The ‘Speaking Up’ charter launch signifies partnership working

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New GMC child protection guidance comes into effect

New guidance from the General Medical Council (GMC) to help doctors protect children from abuse and neglect came into effect on 3 September 2012. The guidance – issued to more than 230,000 doctors – is designed to give doctors the … Read more → – New GMC child protection guidance comes into effect

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