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1 week ago

Singapore Medical Society of Victoria: SMSV

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2 weeks ago

Singapore Medical Society of Victoria: SMSV

Dear all,

These are some relevant changes in the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) registration criteria. In essence:

The SMC has further refined the general criteria for conditionally registered doctors to attain Full Registration (F-reg), and the Supervisory Framework.

It has decided that (new) non-specialist conditionally registered doctors who have not done their Postgraduate Year 1 under provisional registration in Singapore must undergo at least 12 months of broad-based practice with their clinical performance assessed to be satisfactory by the SMC before they apply for consideration for F-reg.

See the pictures below for the full letter.

Thank you Yong Yao Tan for the information!
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