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The RACGP has pointed out over and over again that we would only ever support an evidence based process as a response to revalidation, Dr Seidel said.
After piloting revalidation in 19 sites across the UK, the NMC says it is confident the process is achievable, effective and realistic and that it is a proportionate way to make sure that nurses and midwives keep their knowledge and skills up to date throughout their career.
Depending on the application, revalidation can be very expensive.
The results of revalidation show patients across Wales have confidence in their doctors and are fully consulted when making decisions about their treatment and care.
The push for revalidation of dependent documentation comes as the Air Force prepares to meet financial improvement and audit readiness requirements laid out in the 2010 National Defense Authorization Act.
Karachi -- Home Department Government of Sindh has extended revalidation of manual arms licence for six months from 1st May, 2014 to 31st October, 2014.
At the Royal College of Nursing, we support a revalidation system that promotes high standards of care and assures the public that every nurse has proved their continuing capability.
Doctors were asked whether revalidation - the process of appraising doctors - would help identify and deal with those who are unfit to practise.
The requirement by the UK National Health Service (NHS) for revalidation as a medical professional is relatively new.
The revalidation programme, to be managed by the Medical Validation Ireland (MVIrl), is expected to run for 18 months.
They will assess the annual appraisals along with feedback from patients and colleagues to make a recommendation about revalidation to the GMC every five years.
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