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Martin Hart

Martin Hart

Accreditation Committee Member

Accreditation Committee

Martin is Assistant Director, Education at the General Medical Council. In this role he oversees the GMC’s responsibilities to promote high standards of basic medical education and training so that patients, now and in the future, can be confident they will receive safe, high quality medical care.

He has overseen a number of reviews of GMC standards and outcomes for medical education and training and had a key role in the integration of the former Postgraduate Education and Training Board (PMETB) into the GMC in 2010.  He led the early development of a medical licensing assessment that will be taken by all new doctors joining the medical register with a licence to practice.  He currently leads the team responsible for the quality assurance of UK medical education and his team is also responsible for the quality assurance of new medical schools and UK medical school campuses overseas.

He has been engaged on GMC Services International projects in Qatar, India and Mexico.

He is also a member of the Advertising Advisory Committee, the independent consumer panel of the Advertising Standards Authority.  Martin also sits on the Accreditation Committee of the Architects’ Registration Board.

Prior to joining the GMC he was Head of Commercial Policy at Ofcom, the regulator for the UK communication’s industries. Earlier in his career he worked for the Independent Television Commission, the BBC and ITV. He is a Fellow of the Royal Television Society (RTS).

He holds an MA (Hons) from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from the University of Warwick.

Martin Hart

Accreditation Committee Member

Accreditation Committee

Martin is Assistant Director, Education at the General Medical Council. In this role he oversees the GMC’s responsibilities to promote high standards of basic medical education and training so that patients, now and in the future, can be confident they will receive safe, high quality medical care.

He has overseen a number of reviews of GMC standards and outcomes for medical education and training and had a key role in the integration of the former Postgraduate Education and Training Board (PMETB) into the GMC in 2010.  He led the early development of a medical licensing assessment that will be taken by all new doctors joining the medical register with a licence to practice.  He currently leads the team responsible for the quality assurance of UK medical education and his team is also responsible for the quality assurance of new medical schools and UK medical school campuses overseas.

He has been engaged on GMC Services International projects in Qatar, India and Mexico.

He is also a member of the Advertising Advisory Committee, the independent consumer panel of the Advertising Standards Authority.  Martin also sits on the Accreditation Committee of the Architects’ Registration Board.

Prior to joining the GMC he was Head of Commercial Policy at Ofcom, the regulator for the UK communication’s industries. Earlier in his career he worked for the Independent Television Commission, the BBC and ITV. He is a Fellow of the Royal Television Society (RTS).

He holds an MA (Hons) from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from the University of Warwick.