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PMC spells out what counts as postgraduate qualification

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The Pakistan Medical Fee on Wednesday made an necessary announcement concerning what it recognises as a postgraduate qualification.

Based on an announcement by the PMC on Twitter, a postgraduate qualification “shall mean a qualification acquired after certification of completion of a structured programme under direct supervision of a designated supervisor”.

The PMC additional careworn that the supervisor should embody “all competencies required by a licensed doctor to qualify for inclusion in the Special Register”.

Pakistani postgraduate qualification

The Council shall recognise a Pakistani postgraduate qualification topic to the next situations outlined beneath Part 22 of the PMC Act, 2020:

  • The qualification should have been granted by the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP)
  • Coaching should have been undertaken at a medical establishment recognised by the Council for coaching or grant of a postgraduate programme beneath Part 23(2) of the PMC Act, 2020

International postgraduate qualification

The Council shall recognise a overseas postgraduate qualification topic to the next situations outlined beneath Part 24 of the PMC Act, 2020:

  • The qualification should have been granted by a overseas postgraduate establishment recognised by the regulatory authority within the related nation and recognised by the Council beneath Part 25 of the PMC Act, 2020
  • The qualification should have been obtained after formal, goal evaluation with a certification after both a interval of coaching or buying of minimal competencies equal to a comparable qualification granted by CPSP

The PMC, in its announcement, additionally outlined what it considers to be the method of credentialing and what Specialist Register means.

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