Remediation could delay revalidation, says incoming RCGP chairwoman

Watch Dr Clare Gerada's first interview as incoming chairwoman of the RCGP where she explains why revalidation could be further delayed.

She also discusses how she wants to shape the revalidation process during her time as chairwoman and the importance of putting a robust system of remediation in place.

More highlights from the interview tomorrow: Dr Gerada discusses her aims as RCGP chairwoman.

Full interview in GP newspaper dated 19 November.

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