WITH the medical and veterinary professions coming under increasing scrutiny from both the Government and the public, clinical 'competence to practise' requires regular reassessment and revalidation. The medical profession has forged ahead in this respect. The veterinary profession, meanwhile, needs to contemplate its approach and develop appropriate systems. There are lessons to be learned not only from the medical field but also, suggests Professor Bob Michell, from the aviation industry. In this article, he discusses some options that the veterinary profession might consider.
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