Revalidation with Fresh Medical, Fresh Medical Recruitment
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Revalidation with Fresh Medical

Provide extra assurance to patients.
 
What is Revalidation? 
Revalidation is the process by which all licensed doctors are required to verify on a regular basis that they are fit to practice and are up to date in their chosen field to ensure they are able to provide an excellent level of care. Holding a license to practice is becoming an indicator that the doctor continues to meet the professional criteria set by the GMC and the specialists standard set by the medical Royal Colleges and Faculties.
Revalidation aims to give extra assurance to patients that their doctor is being regularly checked by their employer and the GMC.
Licensed doctors are required to revalidate every five years, by having an annual appraisal ahead of their revalidation date and every year thereafter based on our core guidance for doctors - good medical practice.
There are six types of supportive information that candidates will be expected to provide and discuss at your appraisal at least once in each five-year cycle. These are:
  • Continuing professional development
  • Quality improvement activity
  • Significant events
  • Feedback from colleagues
  • Feedback from patients
  • Review of complaints and compliments
Our service to you:
Fresh Medical are committed to supporting you through your appraisal and revalidation cycle. To this end we will offer you a comprehensive service entailing:
  • Access to a devoted revalidation support team
  • Revalidation and training courses enabling you to obtain external CPD points
  • Access to our online multi-sourced feedback suite, enabling you to obtain critical patient and colleague feedback in addition to self-assessments.
  • Readiness assesses your portfolio of documents to ensure you are ready for your appraisal
  • Access to a panel of qualified appraisers
  • A Responsible Officer who can ultimately assist you with any aspect of your appraisal and revalidation management.
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