PMC declares standards for recognition of postgraduate {qualifications}

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The Pakistan Medical Commission on Wednesday introduced situations after the fulfilment of which it recognises a postgraduate qualification.According to 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 pressured that the supervisor should embody “all competencies required by a licensed doctor to qualify for inclusion in the Special Register”.Pakistani postgraduate qualificationThe Council shall recognise a Pakistani postgraduate qualification topic to the next situations outlined underneath Section 22 of the PMC Act, 2020: The qualification will need to have been granted by the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP) Training will need to have been undertaken at a medical establishment recognised by the Council for coaching or grant of a postgraduate programme underneath Section 23(2) of the PMC Act, 2020International postgraduate qualificationThe Council shall recognise a international postgraduate qualification topic to the next situations outlined underneath Section 24 of the PMC Act, 2020: The qualification will need to have been granted by a international postgraduate establishment recognised by the regulatory authority within the related nation and recognised by the Council underneath Section 25 of the PMC Act, 2020 The qualification will need to 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 CPSPThe PMC, in its announcement, additionally outlined what it considers to be the method of credentialing and what Specialist Register means.