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I take it that we can expect to see our NHS surgeons and other consultants certifying their continuing competence.
Is an "unsatisfactory outcome" res ipsa loquitur of incompetence? Does it require a series of unachieved expectations to qualify as incompetence?
What, actually is "competence"? Could one certify that "I'm competent but I just can't get the staff, these days, you know"?
And, of course, a finding of incompetence triggers a separate "Offence" of Wrongful certification...is that more heinous than being wrong about something?
Is one expected to be "Omni-competent" or does one certify fit for limited purposes?
Is it time for the SRA to be asked to Certify their competence to stir their own tea?
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