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No one is empowered if the truth is not shared
The new statutory duty of candour was introduced for NHS bodies in England (trusts, foundation trusts and special health authorities) from 27 November 2014, and will apply to all other care providers registered with CQC from 1 April 2015. Today … Continue reading
Posted in NHS, Patients, Quality and Safety Tagged CGC, Duty of Candour, GMC, GNC, Julia Manning, NHS, Patients Leave a comment
Guest Blogspot: The highest standards of medical care urgently require doctors to remain up to date through Continuing Professional Development.
This week the UK regulator of doctors, the General Medical Council (GMC), has launched a consultation over the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of qualified, practising doctors. This subject is of immense importance because the pace of medical advances is such … Continue reading
Posted in Department of Health, Drugs, Emerging technologies, GPs, Innovation, NHS, Patients, Pharma, Policy, Preventative healthcare, Primary Care, Quality and Safety, Research, Technology, Work Tagged 2020health, annual appraisal, BMA, Continuing Professional Development, CPD, Department of Health, Drugs, General Medical Council, General practitioner, GMC, GP, GPs, health, innovation, medicine, National Health Service, NHS, NICE, patient, Patients, pharmaceutical, Quality, R&D, Research, Responsibility in healthcare, revalidation, work 4 Comments
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