Out of some 4,600 hospital doctors:
- 53% disagreed that the current system of checks (known as revalidation) would help identify and deal with unfit doctors (22% agreed)
- 86% agreed there are variations in care and that "there are certain doctors that I would not want to treat friends and family" (3% disagreed)
- 38% said they did not agree that the benefits of revalidation would outweigh the admin time required for the process (18% agreed)
Out of some 1,000 GPs:
- 60% disagreed that revalidation would work (16% agreed)
- 67% agreed that there are certain doctors they would not want to treat friends and family (6% disagreed)
- 63% did not agree that the benefits of revalidation would outweigh the extra admin (15% agreed)
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