GMC warns that patient safety must not be compromised for freedom of movement in Europe

GMC alerts that client safety need to not be jeopardized for freedom of motion in Europe

The GMC is today calling on the European Commission and UK Government to act over patient safety issues about a proposed new ‘passport to practise’ for doctors.See Original

Responding to the Secretary of State’s launch to halve stillbirths and crib death by 2030 Niall Dickson, Chief Executive of the General Medical Council, said:

‘We welcome to the government’s ambition – it is right that we ought to intend to be one of the most safe locations on the planet to provide birth.See Original Short article Reacting to the recent death of former GMC Council member Dr Brian Keighley, Professor Terence Stephenson,

Chair of the General Medical Council, said: ‘Brian’s death will be a shock and a fantastic cause of sadness to everybody who understood and respected him. Our

ideas are with his family, as well as with his many colleagues at the BMA and throughout Scotland’s health service.See Original Short article Medical Council now needs international medical professionals to pass intermediate … Members of the public are also offered the opportunity to report straight to the Medical Council any difficulty experienced in communicating, and the named

specialist can be reassessed. The individuals at the Mahaicony Healthcare facility more than likely were … See Initial Article New research finds that GMC choices are reasonable to medical professionals under investigation Decisions made about physicians during a General Medical Council examination are reasonable and constant according to independent research published today.See Original Short article New guidance to help medical professionals with lifelong learning New guidance has been released by the General Medical Council(GMC)to help doctors throughout the UK keep their understanding and skills as much as date throughout their working life.See Original Article GMC Chair is very first UK doctor to revalidate Professor Sir Peter Rubin, Chair of the General Medical Council(GMC), became the very first doctor to revalidate today.See Original Article

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