The GMC is involved in two kinds of consultation:
- When we are consulting and seeking the views of others.
- When other organisations consult, and we are invited to respond.
Consulting and seeking the views of others
You can participate in current consultations and read about past consultations on our consultations website.
Supplementary information on our consultations
You can also find supplementary information about consultations on this website.
Why consulting is important
We believe that seeking the views of others is a key part of policy making. Read why, in our why consulting is important section.
When the GMC responds to a consultation
We work closely with many different organisations representing a wide range of interests, including patients and the public, the medical profession, government, educators and employers.
Consequently, when these organisations consult on new proposals we are often included in the list of bodies whose views are sought.
View our responses to consultations.