Monthly Archives: November 2016

General Medicine Curriculum Under Revision

General Medicine Curriculum Under ModificationIn the upcoming modifications to the basic medicine curriculum, unnecessary and overlapping topics are to be eliminated and replaced with courses on traditional medicine. The program would also see a reduction in the study period from 7 to six and a half years. The new curriculum will be interacted to […]

By |November 21st, 2016|GMC|0 Comments

Doctors slam MCT reform proposal

Physicians knock MCT reform proposalA group of doctors called “Power of Doctor” state it opposes a call by the Thai Medical Mistake Network (TMEN) to permit half of the Medical Council of Thailand’s (MCT) seats to be occupied by individuals outside the occupation. The group’s leader, Yongyudh Vajaradul, firmly insisted most members must originate […]

By |November 21st, 2016|GMC|0 Comments

Bolton health trust hits target figures for clinical research

Bolton health trust strikes target figures for scientific research BOLTON is amongst a variety of NHS Rely on Greater Manchester increasing the research it offers patients. Inning accordance with a league table by the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network (NIHR CRN) all NHS trusts in England are providing scientific research, supplying […]

By |November 17th, 2016|NCAS|0 Comments

Can the brand-new regulator command medical professionals self-confidence?

The General Medical Council, our regulator, has recently appointed a brand-new chief executive officer. It comes with personal healthcare cover (on which the GMC invests nearly ₤ 223 000 a year, as well as over ₤ 25 000 on health checks for the 667 individuals it employs).

This is an intriguing consultation. The task description says […]

By |November 12th, 2016|Doctors' Employment Issues, GMC, Legal|0 Comments

New power for GMC to appeal tribunal decisions

Brand-new power for GMC to appeal tribunal choicesFrom today the General Medical Council has been provided the power to challenge decisions of the tribunals that hear cases against medical professionals who are declared to have breached GMC standards. The modification to the Medical Act suggests the GMC can appeal against tribunal decisions to the […]

By |November 9th, 2016|GMC|0 Comments