Antibiotic-resistant bugs may soon make routine operations 'impossible'

Antibiotic-resistant bugs might quickly make routine operations ''

difficult ' This Summertime, the health watchdog NICE released stern guidance to GPs threatening to refer them to their regulator, the General Medical Council, if they remained to recommend a lot of antibiotics. Officials warned that ‘soft touch’ family practitioner were …
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Medics caution it will take a '' generation '' to reverse ' damage ' done by Junior Doctors

reforms”No surprises then that in the last month the General Medical Council received a number of thousand requests for certificates allowing physicians to work overseas. “Does Jeremy Hunt understand that this punitive contract will lead to our best juniors being creamed …
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Medical chiefs hit back authorities chief over South Derbyshire medical professional who downloaded kid pornography

The General Medical Council (GMC) launched a statement after Derbyshire Cops Chief Constable Mick Creedon questioned the decision to enable expert cardiologist Dr Steven Burn, 53, to continue working after he was arrested when IT staff found 65 …
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GMC statement about Dr Steven Burn

Discussing the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Circuit box (MPTS) choice not to remove Dr Steven Burn, Niall Dickson, President of the General Medical Council, stated:
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King County Council race heats up in between Hague, Bellevue mayor

She has served 15 years on the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) transportation-policy board … such as one dealing with settlements in between the University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center, over a new agreement. Those dedications can …
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GMC trialling new system to improve how grievances versus medical professionals are investigated

A new system to enhance how complaints versus doctors are investigated is to be trialled by the General Medical Council (GMC), it was revealed today.See Original Post GMC looks for views of physicians in training Physicians in training will start participating in the world’s

largest study of postgraduate medical

education later today(March 24 ). See Original Short article

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