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: they are happy with the public’s expression of confidence in regulation and by the support from doctors of the principle of professionally led regulation. He said that it was an important duty of doctors to raise concerns, when they have them even if it is about a colleague and that they were glad that the vast majorities who see a problem do something about it.

He said that their primary concern was to ensure that those actions are followed through in the interests of patients. This would mean he explained was for the GMC to work closely with employers so as to ensure that the concerns expressed are clarified.

Alastair Henderson, deputy director of NHS Employers said that the GMC's survey paints an encouraging picture of the willingness of doctors to pursue concerns about the ability of their colleagues. He said that it now highlights the need for employers, the GMC and the professions to work together to ensure there are clear and well understood processes for handling concerns about doctors.
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