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Medical Revalidation: Vision for the Future Dr Mike Bewick Senior Responsible Owner Medical Revalidation, NHS England. Brighton 4 June 2014. Where we are.

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Medical Revalidation: Vision for the FutureDr Mike BewickSenior Responsible OwnerMedical Revalidation, NHS England

Brighton

4 June 2014

where we are
Where we are..

A great start – we are on track in terms of the numbers of doctors going through the system, with policies, calibrating and QA mechanisms in place and process largely in place

Recommendations being made as per the process – and licences are being withdrawn, for the right reasons

NHS England | Presentation to Ahead of the Curve Conference, Brighton 4-5 June 2104

challenges and issues
Challenges and issues

Engagement of all doctors in the wider quality improvement aspects of revalidation, rather than mere compliance

Engagement of boards in their responsibilities as designated bodies under the Responsible Officer Regulations

Achieving demonstrable consistency and rigour will always require, commitment energy and effort

NHS England | Presentation to Ahead of the Curve Conference, Brighton 4-5 June 2104

that said
That Said:

We have work underway and processes in place, addressing these challenges

We have funding in place

We are recruiting both centrally and at the regions to substantive teams to provide support over the next 2 years of increased throughput

NHS England | Presentation to Ahead of the Curve Conference, Brighton 4-5 June 2104

so what next
So What Next?

This is the greatest opportunity we - and the profession – has ever had to set, defend and enhance professional clinical standards across the whole system

Having reached the point of implementation it is crucial that we don’t now sit back and think that we have finished the job

NHS England | Presentation to Ahead of the Curve Conference, Brighton 4-5 June 2104

the foundations
The Foundations

What we have now are the building blocks, the foundations of a solid infrastructure for professional standards

As medical leaders, it is our duty to make sure we use this unique opportunity to build the mechanisms, structures and processes that will serve to improve the safety and quality of care for patients, year on year

NHS England | Presentation to Ahead of the Curve Conference, Brighton 4-5 June 2104

our role
Our Role

We have a responsibility – as the pioneers and champions of revalidation – to ensure that we continue to strengthen, develop and exploit the benefits of the system

There will be challenges. As revalidation passes from a ‘new idea’ to business as usual; experience tells us that the norm is for a ‘dumbing down’ when a large project is implemented across an entire system

Our job is to make sure that doesn’t happen

improving care for both patients and doctors
Improving care – for both patients and doctors

What matters is that the effort, resource and time invested in revalidation continues to develop – to improve the quality and safety of care for patients

We also have a duty of care to our colleagues. Our development of the systems supporting revalidation will be based on the principle of identifying and then supporting doctors facing difficulties, finding solutions that work

as the guardian of the implementation of revalidation my view is
As the guardian of the implementation of revalidation, my view is:

Whatever turbulence comes our way – and it will, for that is the nature of the NHS and healthcare in general – the profession will standardise, drive and develop the standards of care delivered to patients

We will do so in a way that cares for doctors, their well-being, health and their further development

NHS England | Presentation to Ahead of the Curve Conference, Brighton 4-5 June 2104

the next few years
The next few years

Most likely - will see considerable change

May feel uncomfortable at times

But - we have made major progress on maintaining and raising professional standards – which lie at the heart of revalidation

Together – as a profession – we will continue to do this, to build on the foundations that are now firmly in place and to use every piece of leverage afforded by revalidation and its underpinning processes to further our cause