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Medical regulation in India: an outsider’s perspective

Rajan Madhok

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2013.080


This personal comment briefly describes the working of the General Medical Council, the medical regulator in the United Kingdom (UK), with the aim of informing the discussion on how to regulate medical education and doctors’ practice in India. Given that the ministry of health and family welfare is still debating the final constitution of the Medical Council of India, this paper is timely.

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