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Supporting doctors from overseas

Article | 12 Feb 2019
We’re experiencing increased demand for exam places from doctors who want to relocate to the UK from overseas.
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Sharing more information about your revalidation recommendations

Article | 12 Feb 2019
From 23 March, if you recommend that a doctor’s revalidation date should be deferred, we’ll ask you to provide a small amount of additional information about your recommendation.
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Keeping you connected

Article | 19 Nov 2018
Improvements to GMC Connect - features to help with revalidation and fitness to practice referrals
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Recognising workforce and system pressures in investigations

Article | 19 Nov 2018
We want to make sure our investigations take into account how workforce pressures or systems may have affected a doctor’s actions so, our investigations teams will shortly begin receiving human factors training.
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New guidance to help you with reflection

Statement | 12 Sep 2018
New guidance has been published to support doctors in being reflective practitioners, developed in partnership.
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Taking revalidation forward

Article | 18 Jun 2018
The latest developments on the progress we've made to address the recommendations in Sir Keith Pearson's review of revalidation for responsible officers.
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Five things to know about GDPR

Article | 18 Jun 2018
Much of the GDPR is similar to the previous Data Protection Act (1998). But there are some updates to the way we work and our guidance for doctors.
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Responding to the case of Dr Bawa Garba update

Statement | 4 Apr 2018
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Sharing your experiences

Statement | 4 Apr 2018
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Update on fitness to practise changes

Statement | 4 Apr 2018
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What General Data Protection Regulation means for you

Statement | 4 Apr 2018