Revalidation wave hits European doctors

Villanueva, Tiago
July 2010
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/13/2010, Vol. 182 Issue 10, pE463
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the implications of Great Britain General Medical Council's (GMC) plan to introduce revalidation in the nation's medical professions. It states that the British Medical Association (BMA) sees the plan as ineffective means of getting rid of incompetent doctors from the physician pool. Shreelatta Datta, head of BMA's Junior Doctor Committee imparts that a realistic timeframe is needed for its implementation and that the stakeholders should be consulted regarding the issue.


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