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MANCHESTER law office LHS Solicitors (LHS) has hired Andrea James as a partner in its governing group. Ms James joins from Shoosmiths, where she was a partner and head of professional discipline and healthcare regulatory. She was likewise previously an in-house legal advisor for the General Medical Council (GMC). Her core specialism is representing healthcare specialists during fitness to practice… for the complete story register now for free or login listed below …
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“> See all stories on this topic Tough brand-new requirements for medical professionals

performing cosmetic treatments Physicians who perform cosmetic procedures anywhere in the UK are being issued with brand-new guidance by the General Medical Council (GMC) making sure they provide the very best possible look after patients. The guidance makes clear the ethical responsibilities medical professionals have towards patients and the requirements of care they have to supply.     Our brand-new assistance is created to help increase requirements in the cosmetic industry and make certain all clients, and particularly those who are most vulnerable, are given the care, treatment and support they require. The GMC’s brand-new guidance for doctors carrying out cosmetic guidance was developed following a public assessment held in between June and September 2015. The General Medical Council (GMC) is an independent organisation that helps to secure patients and improve m.
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“> See all stories on this topic Suspend dispute on health care regulation In the UK, this is the General Medical Council and the British Medical Association; in Nigeria, the Nigeria Medical Council and the Nigerian Medical Association; in Trinidad and Tobago, the Trinidad and Tobago Medical Council and the Trinidad and Tobago …
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“> See all stories on this subject Charlie Massey named new GMC chief executive Printer-friendly version THE new chief executive of the General Medical Council has been named as Charlie Massey. He will take over from Niall Dickson when he steps down later this year after 7 years in the function. Mr Massey is presently the Director General of Strategy and External Relations at the Department of Health in England. He has previously held a variety of senior functions at the Department for Work and Pensions, HM Treasury and Number 10, and as an executive director at the Pensions Regulator. The regulator stated Mr Massey would build on reforms introduced by his predecessor. These consist of an expansion of its obligations for medical education and training, the introduction of revalidation in 2012, the intro of language checks for physicians from Europe in 2014, and the es …
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“> See all stories on this subject Workloads high and not always enough knowledgeable

personnel, say doctors High works and a lack of sufficiently experienced staff to guarantee clients always get the treatment they need are putting doctors under pressure, reveal the latest results of the General Medical Council’s annual studies into medical education and training across the UK. But, in general, students rank their clinical training highly, and most senior physicians say they operate in a helpful environment and enjoy their supervisory roles. The surveys drew on feedback from around 55,000 postgraduate students and around 44,000 senior physicians responsible for developing the next generation of experts and GPs. Among problems raised were the pressures of dealing with high workloads, and that there were not constantly enough experienced personnel to guarantee patients received the treatment they nee …
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