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How to make a complaint to the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

Date of publication: 14/07/2011
 
Category: Guidance - Fitness to practise
 
 
Audience: Members of the public
 
 
This ‘EasyRead’ document contains key information about who we register, what type of cases we can and cannot consider and how to raise a concern. It is primarily designed to be more accessible for those with learning and communication disabilities and those who work with them.

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