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In full: the GMC letter warning GPs they risk losing their licence to practise

Read the full text of the original GMC letter warning GPs taking part in the revalidation process that they could lose their licence to practise.

To read the GMC letter in full, please click here.

Read the news story related to this letter: GMC forced to apologise after sending ‘threatening’ revalidation letters to GPs

 

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  • David Bush

    On this occasion I have to take the side of the GMC (whom I agree can be heavy-handed). Read the text of the letter. It is quite simple and straightforward, and I would not consider it threatening at all. I would however be upset if the GMC did not inform me that my responsible officer had not made his recommendation in a timely manner.
    Ed: Let's not start a witch-hunt here.

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