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'Anonymise complaints' GMC told

GP members of the GMC have called for complaints against doctors to be anonymised to combat racism.

The demand came after a GMC-commissioned inquiry found overseas-qualified doctors are more likely than UK qualifiers to be found guilty of serious professional misconduct.

The GMC denied it was 'institutionally racist' but said it would consider whether to initiate changes, such as piloting an anonymisation scheme, to maintain fairness and transparency.

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