GMC advises trusts on governance

Warden, John
May 1999
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);05/08/99, Vol. 318 Issue 7193, p1230
Academic Journal
Reports that a committee of members of parliament heard how the duty of clinical governance to be placed on National Health Service trusts in England is being underpinned by advice from the General Medical Council (GMC). Explanations from Sir Donald Irvine, president of the GMC; Concerns of the members of parliament.


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