What qualifications has Pablo Jeczmien in psychology, or psychiatry?

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Dear General Medical Council,

This request refers to Pablo Jeczmien GMC reference number 6033482.

The GMC Register states he was admitted to the Specialist Register in 6 September 2002. His full registration date is given as 6 September 2002.

He has a website which states he has 30+ years experience in Psychotherapy and Psychiatry. It does not list his precise qualifications in that field. Can you please provide this information?

He refers to practising Anthroposophical Medicine and Anthroposophical Psychotherapy. Does the GMC recognise these medical fields and treatments

https://pablojeczmien.wordpress.com?

Yours faithfully,

James Plant

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minal mistry left an annotation ()

This looks like the same person:

https://www.clinical-partners.co.uk/clin...

He displays his qualifications as: "MD MRCPsych" - which means he has a degree in Medicine, and is a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

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Dear Mr Plant,

Your information request - F19/10136/LG

Thank you for your email dated 1 May, in which you ask for for a list of
qualifications for Dr Pablo Jeczmien (6033482) and information on if the
GMC recognise anthroposophical medicine and anthroposophical psychotherapy
as medical fields and treatments.

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Louise Gormley (0161 923 6311), General Medical Council

Our reference: F19/10136/LG

 

Dear Mr Plant

 

Thank you for your email dated 1 May 2019, in which you request
information about Dr Jeczmien’s additional qualifications and experience.

 

We record a doctor’s primary medical qualification and if they are on the
Specialist Register, their registered speciality.  This information can be
found on the doctor’s entry on our List of Registered Medical
Practitioners [1]www.gmc-uk.org

 

We do not record additional qualifications or training a doctor
undertakes, therefore as per section 1(1)(a) of FOIA we do not hold the
information you have requested.

 

Our approved specialties and sub-specialities can be found on the
following page of our website:

[2]https://www.gmc-uk.org/education/standar...

 

I hope this is helpful.

 

If you have any queries or concerns about the processing of this request
please contact Julian Graves, Information Access Manager, at
[3][email address]

 

Kind regards

 

Louise

 

Louise Gormley

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