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recertification

Medspeak-UK
A component of the General Medical Council (GMC)’s process of revalidation of a doctor practising medicine in the UK, which requires that doctors on the specialist and GP registers conform with standards appropriate for their specialty of practice.
 
Medspeak-US
A process in which a professional is periodically re-evaluated (e.g., every 10 years) by an accrediting body to assure continued provision of safe, high-quality healthcare.

recertification

Recredentialing Graduate education A process in which a professional is periodically re-evaluated–eg, every 10 yrs by an accrediting body to assure continued provision of safe, high-quality health care
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While the BRPT encourages continuing education on an ongoing basis, you may recertify by retaking -and passing the RPSGT exam.
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We are going to do note mailings in December that will notify the owners and managers who did not recertify.
Growing numbers of physicians are planning to choose retirement a year or two early rather than recertify," Hieb observes.
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