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Revalidation resources revealed


2 July 2013

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Resources to help GPs prepare for revalidation have been released by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). 
Including example portfolios, toolkits and a Q&A, the resources are designed to make revalidation a “positive and rewarding experience” for GPs. 
The example portfolios cover out of hours GPs, GPs with special interests as well as academic GPs. 
The five toolkits cover: 
quality improvement

Resources to help GPs prepare for revalidation have been released by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). 
Including example portfolios, toolkits and a Q&A, the resources are designed to make revalidation a “positive and rewarding experience” for GPs. 
The example portfolios cover out of hours GPs, GPs with special interests as well as academic GPs. 
The five toolkits cover: 
quality improvement
complaints
feedback
significant event audits
impact credits
Prof. Nigel Sparrow, RCGP revalidation lead said: ‘I am confident that these excellent additional resources will make revalidation as supportive and stress-free as possible for all our members and any GPs going through revalidation.”
There are plans to add continuously to the resources, which are available for all RCGP members. 

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