Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board
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The Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board (PMETB) was the non-departmental public body responsible for postgraduate medical education and training in the United Kingdom (UK).〔(Office of Public Sector Information - The General and Specialist Medical Practice (Education, Training and Qualifications) Order 2003 )〕 PMETB is no longer in operation, following its merger with the General Medical Council on 1 April 2010. All PMETB operations were transferred to the GMC at this time.
==PMETB - 2005 - 30 March 2010==
PMETB ensured that postgraduate training for doctors was of the highest standard. It was accountable to the Parliament of the United Kingdom and acted independently of government. GPs and specialists within the National Health Service (NHS) or working privately in England had to comply with the standards it established. PMETB in conjunction with COPMeD ran an annual UK-wide survey of trainee doctors.〔(PMETB - National survey of trainee doctors )〕
PMETB was established by The General and Specialist Medical Practice (Education, Training and Qualifications) Order 2003〔 ("the Order") to develop a single, unifying framework for postgraduate medical education and training and began operating on 30 September 2005. It took over the responsibilities of the Specialist Training Authority of the medical royal colleges and the Joint Committee on Postgraduate General Practice Training.
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