Among GPs, 67% agreed there are variations and certain doctors they would not want to treat friends and family (50% agreed and a further 17% strongly agreed) while 6% disagreed (including 1% Omega Seamaster Chronometer
When quizzed on whether they thought the benefits of revalidation would outweigh the administrative time required for the process, 38% of hospital doctors disagreed they would, while 18% agreed. The rest did not not know or had no opinion either way.
The results were similar according to the seniority of the doctor, with 86% of hospital consultants agreeing with the statement compared to 84% of junior doctors.
"It is the duty of all doctors to be vigilant regarding the standards of healthcare delivered by other professionals in the health service, but we do need to ensure the NHS encourages an open, transparent culture where doctors feel supported and empowered to raise concerns, and ramifications are listened to."
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"The vast majority of doctors in the UK provide excellent clinical care to the millions of patients who are treated by the NHS each year.
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"Many doctors have been frustrated by the implementation because heavy workload and financial pressures in the NHS leave little time and space for the reflection and quality improvement that revalidation promised.
Licensed doctors will have to revalidate by having regular appraisals with their employer based on core guidance for doctors published by the General Medical Council (GMC).
Among GPs, 60% disagreed that the plans for revalidation would help to identify and deal with doctors who are not fit to practise (32% disagreed and a further 28% strongly disagreed) while only 16% agreed (15% agreed and a further 1% strongly agreed).
chairman of the British Medical Association (BMA), said: "The revalidation system was never designed to catch criminals like Harold Shipman and its introduction was talked about well before his heinous crimes were revealed.
Health minister Dan Poulter said: "Historically, doctors' appraisals in the NHS have been patchy and inconsistent.
More than 80% of hospital doctors and 67% of GPs also pointed to variations in care, saying there are certain doctors they would not want to treat their friends and family.
"However, while revalidation should help to address such concerns, there is widespread scepticism about its effectiveness.
Checks aimed at identifying poor performing doctors will do nothing to help find or stop them, according to a poll of more than 5,600 doctors.
Revalidation will require doctors to demonstrate on a regular basis usually every five years that they are up to date and fit to practise. Revalidation started in December 2012. The majority of licensed doctors are expected to be revalidated by March 2016.
"Many hard pressed doctors view it as yet another administrative burden. They do not see it as a safety net for identifying any doctors who are not fit to practise or as a benchmark for ensuring that all patients receive the highest possible levels of care and treatment."
Shipman, who was 57 when he died, was jailed for life in January 2000 for murdering 15 patients while working in Hyde, Greater Manchester, and was found hanging in his cell in Wakefield Prison in 2004.
Of the 86%, 52% agreed and a further 34% strongly agreed. Just 3% disagreed while the rest did not know or neither agreed or disagreed.
Among GPs, 63% disagreed while 15% agreed.
Among GPs, 46% did not think revalidation would help them maintain a good standard of practice, while only 28% agreed it would.
"This poll shows that doctors themselves think there are variations in the quality of care and that is why the new system of medical revalidation is so important.
It was released ahead of the anniversary on Monday of Omega Leather serial killer Harold Shipman's death.
who strongly disagreed).
Doctors were asked whether revalidation the process of appraising doctors would help identify and deal with those who are unfit to practise. Some 53% of hospitals disagreed it would (33% disagreed and a further 20% strongly disagreed).
Shipman's conviction led to intense scrutiny regarding the professional regulation of doctors. A new system of revalidation is now being implemented across the NHS.
"Instead, revalidation is intended to encourage lifelong learning amongst doctors and lead to a culture of positive professional improvement throughout a medical career.
Some 86% of hospital doctors also agreed there are variations in care and that "there are certain doctors that I would not want to treat friends and family".
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