medical revalidation


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medical revalidation

The process by which all doctors who are licensed with the General Medical Council (GMC) in the UK regularly demonstrate that they are up to date and fit to practise, carried out in 5-year cycles.
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Medical revalidation will normally happen every five years and will apply to all doctors in all settings in the UK - including doctors working as locums and in the private sector.
She said: "I am pleased medical revalidation will soon begin in Wales."
His report, Medical Revalidation: Principle and Next Steps, also suggests steps to ensure they keep up to date with medical advances.
Sir Liam's report, Medical Revalidation: Principle and Next Steps, will also suggest steps to ensure that doctors keep up to date with medical advances.
WALES is well prepared for the introduction of medical revalidation next month, the Health Minister has said.
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