Outline of the medical revalidation model for UK doctors

This blog is a word to word account from Sir Keith Pearson’s report on the outline of the medical revalidation model for UK doctors. From: http://www.gmc-uk.org/Taking_revalidation_forward___Improving_the_process_of _relicensing_for_doctors.pdf_68683704.pdf The medical register and the licence to practise Registration with the GMC demonstrates a doctor has the necessary qualifications and is in good standing. However, holding a licence to…

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What medical revalidation set out to achieve

This blog is a word to word account from Sir Keith Pearson’s report on the state of the medical revalidation exercise for UK doctors. From: http://www.gmc-uk.org/Taking_revalidation_forward___Improving_the_process_of _relicensing_for_doctors.pdf_68683704.pdf What revalidation set out to achieve: The GMC and the chief medical officers of the four UK countries set out their overall objective for revalidation in a joint Statement…

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Recommendations for healthcare organisations as regards medical revalidation

This blog is a word to word account from Sir Keith Pearson’s report on the state of the medical revalidation exercise for UK doctors. From: http://www.gmc-uk.org/Taking_revalidation_forward___Improving_the_process_of _relicensing_for_doctors.pdf_68683704.pdf   For healthcare organisations and their boards, supported by others: Work with local patient groups to publicise and promote processes for ensuring that doctors are up to date and…

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State of the medical revalidation exercise for UK doctors – recommendations to the GMC

This blog is a word to word account from Sir Keith Pearson’s report on the state of the medical revalidation exercise for UK doctors. From: http://www.gmc-uk.org/Taking_revalidation_forward___Improving_the_process_of _relicensing_for_doctors.pdf_68683704.pdf Key recommendations for the GMC, working with others:  Update guidance on the supporting information required for appraisal for revalidation to make clear what is mandatory (and why), what is…

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Medical revalidation exercise for UK doctors – Sir Keith Pearson

This blog is a word to word account from Sir Keith Pearson’s report on the state of the medical revalidation exercise for UK doctors. From: http://www.gmc-uk.org/Taking_revalidation_forward___Improving_the_process_of _relicensing_for_doctors.pdf_68683704.pdf   For revalidation to achieve its goal of increasing assurance: • Local healthcare organisations should promote revalidation to their patients, explaining the assurance that it provides and why their…

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Medical Revalidation

This blog is a word to word account from Sir Keith Pearson’s report on the state of the medical revalidation exercise for UK doctors. From: http://www.gmc-uk.org/Taking_revalidation_forward___Improving_the_process_of _relicensing_for_doctors.pdf_68683704.pdf Revalidation – influences and objectives Revalidation was under consideration and development for over a decade before its introduction in December 2012. I do not intend to provide a detailed…

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Using supporting information in a medical appraisal

This blog explains in detail all about supporting information in the context of an medical appraisal. From: http://www.gmc-uk.org  RT___Supporting_information_for_appraisal_and_revalidation ___DC5485.pdf_55024594.pdf By providing all six types of supporting information over the revalidation cycle you should, through reflection and discussion at appraisal, have demonstrated your practice against all 12 attributes outlined in our separate guidance, Good medical…

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Review of complaints and compliments for a medical appraisal

This blog explains in detail all about complaints and compliments in the context of an medical appraisal. From: http://www.rcgp.org.uk/revalidation/~/media/Files/Revalidation-and-CPD/2016/RCGP-Guide-to-Supporting-Information-2016.ashx Complaints: “A complaint is a formal expression of dissatisfaction or grievance. It can be about an individual doctor, the team or about the care of patients where a doctor could be expected to have had influence or…

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Multisource feedback for a doctor’s appraisal

This blog explains in detail all about multisource feedback in the context of an medical appraisal. From: http://www.rcgp.org.uk/revalidation/~/media/Files/Revalidation-and-CPD/2016/RCGP-Guide-to-Supporting-Information-2016.ashx “Every doctor is required to demonstrate how they reflect on feedback about the quality of their work across their whole scope of work”. (GMC, 2012b) “Feedback from colleagues and patients should be obtained using a validated questionnaire that meets…

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Clarifying a significant event for a medical appraisal

This blog explains in detail all about the meaning of a ‘significant event’ in the context of an medical appraisal. From: http://www.rcgp.org.uk/revalidation/~/media/Files/Revalidation-and-CPD/2016/RCGP-Guide-to-Supporting-Information-2016.ashx The GMC say: “A significant event (also known as an untoward or critical incident) is any unintended or unexpected event, which could or did lead to harm of one or more patients. This includes incidents which…

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Quality improvement activities (QIA) for a doctor’s appraisal

This blog explains in detail all about quality improvement activities (QIA) in the context of an medical appraisal. From: http://www.rcgp.org.uk/revalidation/~/media/Files/Revalidation-and-CPD/2016/RCGP-Guide-to-Supporting-Information-2016.ashx “Every doctor is required to demonstrate how they review the quality of their work across their whole scope of work”. (GMC) “For the purposes of revalidation, the doctor will have to demonstrate that they regularly participate…

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