Medical revalidation is a way of regulating the medical profession that will provide a focus for doctors’ efforts to maintain and improve their practise and to encourage patients and the public to provide feedback about the medical care they receive from doctors and will therefore contribute to the ongoing improvement in the quality of medical care delivered to patients throughout the UK. It will also be the process by which all doctors who are licensed with the GMC and wishing to renew their licence will regularly demonstrate that they are up to date and fit to practise according to Good Medical Practice set by the GMC.
Doctors will undergo revalidation every five years. If there are pressing concerns about a doctor’s fitness to practice, this revalidation cycle can be shortened as needed by the GMC.
" I am very thankful to the Responsible Officer for his kind remarks. Please convey my thanks and regards to him. Please convey my sincerest thanks to my appraiser for conducting my appraisal in a very friendly and professional manner.
I may also thank you and your team for helping, assisting and guiding me throughout this process. your personal support has been exceptional."