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  1. THE LATEST ON REVALIDATION DDA Conference: November 2010

  2. The givens: Revalidation = relicensing Revalidation must be very straight-forward for good doctors It has to be as fair and proportionate It has to be feasible for all GPs including locums, rural or prison doctors etc

  3. The Main Players: The DH must legislate for Responsible Officers and HM Treasury must approve resources RST must orchestrate the NHS developments Trusts must appoint ROs, strengthen appraisals and improve Clinical Governance Colleges (the AoMRC) must set the standards BMA needs a clear view on remediation The GMC has to sign the whole thing off

  4. Current tasks: Streamlining – as simple as possible but still fit for purpose Coherence – all doctors asked to collect similar information in a similar way ePortfolios Piloting Preparation – for launch in January 2013?

  5. The Main RCGP Tasks are to: Work with key partners to: TASK 1: Define the general standards against which revalidation will be assessed TASK 2: Define the specific criteria, standards and evidence to be used in revalidation TASK 3: Undertake pilots


  6. The First RCGP Task: Define the general standards against which revalidation will be assessed Consultation undertaken Published July 2008 as Good Medical Practice for General Practitioners (Second Edition) by RCGP and the GPC www.rcgp.org.uk

  7. The Second RCGP Task: First version: April 2009 Second Version: August 2009 Third Version: January 2010 Fourth Version: June 2010 www.rcgp.org.uk

  8. The Second RCGP Task: Thirteen items of supporting information: Description of roles Exceptional Circumstances statement Participation in five annual appraisals PDP for each year agreed with the appraiser Review of each previous year’s PDP

  9. The Second RCGP Task: Thirteen items of supporting information: Self-accreditation of a minimum of 250 learning credits over the 5 years One colleague survey One patient survey Review of any formal complaint Five significant event audits

  10. The Second RCGP Task: Thirteen items of supporting information: Audits of care in at least two significant clinical areas Statements of probity, health and appropriate use of health care additional evidence if teacher or trainer, extended clinical role (such as GPwSI), appraiser, researcher etc

  11. The Third RCGP Task: Undertake pilots: Warwick University pilot in three PCOs Tayside pilot Locum doctors pilot Secure environments and Defence Medical Services Pathfinder pilots Returners to practice

  12. The Main RCGP Remaining Tasks are to: Consult and listen Evolve the full revalidation guidance Develop and deliver the RCGP ePortfolio Work for a fair system of support and remediation Support GMC launch in 2012/13

  13. THE LATEST ON REVALIDATION DDA Conference: November 2010