Price, Chris; Simon, Chantal
January 2010
InnovAiT;Jan2010, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p48
Academic Journal
Revalidation for general practitioners is about to become a reality. It is envisaged that the process will be live within 18 months and that GPs should already be accumulating evidence for use in the process. For many GPs the purpose of, and the process for, revalidation is shrouded in mystery.


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