Continuing Professional development | The Association of Breast Clinicians
All doctors with a licence to practise on the GMC register will be required to revalidate their licence every 5 years. Revalidation is the process by which licensed doctors will be required to demonstrate to the General Medical Council (GMC), through regular local appraisal, that they are up to date and fit to practise and that they are complying with the relevant professional standards. All doctors with a licence to practise on the GMC register will be required to revalidate their licence every 5 years.
About Us | The Association of Breast Clinicians
In 1996 the Association of Breast Clinicians was founded. Its aim was to establish a new specialty as a recognised branch of diagnostic medicine, with a multi skilled approach to breast disease diagnosis and management. This was to be achieved by the acquisition of knowledge and experience in the appropriate disciplines, with the establishment of standards and the subsequent monitoring and maintaining of these standards. Through the modernisation of the NHS, nurses and radiographers now develop their rol...