News in brief: PMETB consults on fees increase

The Postgraduate Medical Education Training Board (PMETB) is asking for views on possible fee increases. In 2006/7 additional funding was made available by the four UK health departments, reducing the level of fees charged from PMETB’s suggested £750 for a CCT certificate to £500 and £1,250 for an equivalence route application to £950. This year’s consultation again proposes the £750 and £1,250 fee levels for 2007/8. Detail at 

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