GMC Council approves development of UK medical licensing assessment

GMC Council approves advancement of UK medical licensing evaluation

The GMC Council has approved a strategy to deal with partners to develop an unified evaluation for each doctor looking for to practice in the UK. It has been offered a working title of the United Kingdom Medical Licensing Assessment (UKMLA). The new evaluation would replace the current Expert and Linguistic Assessments Board test (PLAB) which is now taken by International Medical Graduates (IMGs). Professor Terence Stephenson the Chair of the General Medical Council, stated: ‘These are early days but the Council has chosen that we ought to establish a licensing evaluation which produces a straightforward and transparent route to medical practice in the UK. ‘Medicine is a significantly mobile occupation and we should have systems in location which not only make certain that UK-trained graduates satisfy the …

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