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13 September 2012
By Ingrid Torjesen
This special report on revalidation looks at why revalidation is a key plank in efforts to build quality, how its usefulness can be established, and how it can help doctors to be better leaders.
19 October, 2012Sarah Calkin
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has given the green light for revalidation of doctors to begin, removing the final barrier to the introduction of a system first recommended more than a decade ago.
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Live comment, analysis and reaction to the Francis inquiry into systemic failure to safeguard patients at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust.
2 January 2014
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6 January 2014
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20 September 2013
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The government’s full response to the Francis inquiry rejects statutory duty of candour for individual NHS employees.
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