Strong support for proposals to improve patient protection and public confidence in doctors

Strong support for proposals to improve client protection and public self-confidence in doctors

A major consultation by the General Medical Council (GMC) has containeded strong assistance for propositions to handle the small number of physicians who put clients at significant risk or cause them harm.
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Medical fees/charges must fall: Council

The Consumer Council of Fiji is providing a reminder to all private physicians, dentists and medical center operators who are registered … Coral Coastline Sevens to Performing Commissioner of Cops Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho.See Original Article Research suggests how online register could be enhanced making it fit for the future New research released today suggests how the online medical register, which lists all qualified doctors qualified to work in the UK, could be enhanced to make it more useful and easily accessible See Original Article New GMC report highlights aspects that affect progression of medical professionals in training New information published by the General Medical Council(GMC)files for the very first time on assessment outcomes and recruitment results for different

groups of doctors throughout the UK.See Original Article GMC declaration following the Shape of Training UK Steering Group statement Welcoming the statement today from the UK Steering Group, Niall Dickson, Chief
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Medical Council stated: See Initial Article GMC consultation recommends new time limits for publishing sanctions Brand-new time frame proposed for how long sanctions on a physician’s registration are published online or offered to the general public. See Original Short article Niall Dickson to step down as President of the General Medical Council at the end of 2016 Niall Dickson has announced his decision to step down at the end of 2016 as President and Registrar of the GMC, after seven years in the function. See Original Short article

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