Physician Revalidation process, which aims to demonstrate an acceptable level of competence in doctors, is attracting increasing interest worldwide.
Especially since the definitions and mechanisms of revalidation vary significantly across countries – there’s no accepted ‘best practice’. While in the US physicians are obliged to renew their medical licence every 6-10 years, in the UK it is every 5 years. Some European countries do not have a formal system of revalidation in place.
This month have asked the M3 Community of healthcare professional: