As a licensed doctor you will need to produce a portfolio of supporting information for the GMC revalidation process. The portfolio offers evidence that you are meeting the professional values as presented in the General Medical Council publication 'Good Medical Practice'. All doctors should be able to meet the GMC requirements and you will need to discuss the supporting information provided in your appraisal portfolio with your appraiser.
There is a requirement to provide six types of supporting information. Dr MSF is here to help you gather information using the GMC questionnaires and will provide a professional report to cover the requirements of appraisal and revalidation for:
You are required to seek feedback from patients and from colleagues, and where necessary, to act upon the feedback. We can help you collect that feedback using the standard GMC questionnaires. The GMC suggests that the questionnaires are administered independently of both the doctor and the appraiser - Dr MSF is here to provide that service for you.
GMC revalidation requirements ask you to collect and reflect on these two types of supporting evidence, along with four other elements:
Discuss any changes in your practice that have resulted from such feedback
Links to full text sections of the GMC Document follows. It is copyrighted by the GMC and is entitled "Ready for revalidation 2012 Supporting information for appraisal and revalidation". Whilst Dr MSF have copied the article in good faith, we would suggest you rely on the original PDF as reference, the following link is provided.
Ready for revalidation
Supporting information for appraisal and revalidation
Gain feedback from patients and colleagues, using official GMC questionnaires. Click below to order now. All orders include an on-line self-assessment questionnaire.
The summary is based on the General Medical Council document:
Ready for revalidation, 2012, Supporting information for appraisal and revalidation.
Links to sections of the document and to the original are provided.