Why have more people complained to the General Medical Council about their doctor?
Plymouth University news: Enquiries made by the general public to the General Medical Council about doctors’ fitness to practise rose from 5,168 in 2007 to 10,347 in 2012. Plymouth produces a GMC report to explain why
Plymouth influence on Irish doctor complaints report
Plymouth University news: The Medical Council of Ireland has published its report into an increase in complaints against doctors in Ireland, and the report is influenced by similar work carried out by researchers from Plymouth University
Scoping exercise for national licensing examinations for doctors in the UK
Plymouth University news: The General Medical Council has commissioned Plymouth University to scope potential methods for the proposed national licensing examinations for doctors in the UK
New research finds that GMC decisions are fair to doctors under investigation
Plymouth University news: Researchers from Plymouth University have completed a study for the General Medical Council which shows that its decision are fair to doctors under investigation