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tr.v. re·val·i·dat·ed, re·val·i·dat·ing, re·val·i·dates
To declare valid again.

re·val′i·da′tion n.
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the act or process of revalidating
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Medical revalidation was introduced by the GMC in 2012, requiring doctors to undergo appraisal and review using six types of evidence according to a five-year cycle.
Pathologists and other clinicians from Europe discuss antibody-mediated rejection of organ allografts, the maternal death autopsy, the classification and treatment of non-small-cell lung carcinoma, the pathology of obesity, the role of the histopathologist in stratified medicine for cancer, the mucosal pathology of the gastric cardia and Barrett's esophagus, the pathology of regenerative and neoplastic hepatocellular nodules, serrated lesions of the colon and rectum, the pathology of chronic inflammatory bowel disease, the diagnosis and therapy for gastrointestinal MALT (mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue) lymphoma, medical revalidation for histopathologists in the UK, molecular testing for human papillomavirus, and the role of tensins in health and disease.
"Complaints too also continued to rise and in the report we found that the complaints were generally made against men and older doctors.We hope to find out more about these trends over the coming years." Her comments come a month after medical revalidation was introduced in Wales as a way of regulating licensed doctors designed to provide extra confidence to patients by ensuring doctors are up to date and fit to practise.
Release date- 19102012 - Medical revalidation, the process by which all doctors who are licensed with the General Medical Council (GMC) will regularly demonstrate that they are up to date and fit to practise, will start in December, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced today.

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