28 November 2017
Attempts by the Medical Board of Australia to identify poorly performing doctors will risk unfairly targeting rural GPs and those working in smaller practices, warns the AMA.
15 December 2016
The majority of doctors already self-reflect on their practice at least once a week, according to a Medical Board of Australia survey that will inform the upcoming national revalidation scheme.
12 November 2016
The RACGP has defended its decision to introduce a mandatory “self-reflection” CPD activity for GPs without consulting its members, claiming the move is a “no-brainer”.
25 October 2016
The words, as the Medical Board of Australia launched its big consultation on revalidation, were all about evolution, not revolution.
18 August 2016
Thousands of potentially underperforming doctors will be subjected to screening and assessment to find out if they are putting patients at risk under plans for a national revalidation system.
17 August 2016
Exclusive: A new national system to assess doctors' competency could be implemented solely through “reshaped” CPD obligations at potentially no extra cost to doctors, says the head of the medical board.
01 June 2016