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Provision of “Whistleblowing” Training

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The General Medical Council believe that doctors should be able to raise public interest concerns without fear of reprisal. They are working to see how the Hooper recommendations (March 2016) can be used to improve the experience of those who raise public interest concerns. To support this work, GMC aim to provide awareness sessions to approx. 250 staff in key roles across the GMC. It is expected that the external training provider will meet with key GMC groups to understand the specific GMC context, including a high-level view of policies and processes.

Deadline for proposals: 30 May

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