The General Medical Council (GMC) has published an action plan signalling improvements to the revalidation system for GPs. What are the proposed changes and when will they be implemented?

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The General Medical Council (GMC) has published an action plan signalling improvements to the revalidation system for GPs. What are the proposed changes and when will they be implemented?

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The latest action plan from the GMC is designed to implement the recommendations in Sir Keith Pearson’s review of revalidation and final report, Taking Revalidation Forward, published earlier this year.

The Revalidation Oversight Group, established by the GMC in the wake of the Pearson report and including representatives of stakeholder organisations across the UK, has developed the plan. The group’s intention is to implement measures to make revalidation a more positive and meaningful experience for doctors, responsible officers, patients and everyone involved.

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