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Other organisations

There are a number of other regulatory organisations in the UK which regulate health and care professionals

Health and social care professionals return to practice A systematic review

A review that brings together evidence relating to the return to clinical or frontline practice of health and social care professionals following an extended period of absence

Raising concerns, openness and honesty

An important part of being a health and care profession is reporting concerns about safety and being open and honest

The importance of mental health and your wellbeing

We want to remind health and care professionals how important it is to look after yourself.

#myhcpcstandards: Supervision

In this webinar we will explore supervision and its important role in supporting the professional and personal development of registrants and improving patient care.

#myhcpcstandards: Technology and digital

In this webinar we will explore the requirement to to utilise technology and digital methods to enhance the care that you provide.

Promoting the value of regulation

Aim: The public, registrants, students and employers understand the value and importance of regulated health and care professionals

HCPC response to the GPhC's consultation on managing concerns about pharmacy professionals

Health and Care Professions Council response to the General Pharmaceutical Council’s consultation on managing concerns about pharmacy professionals: our strategy for change.

Naidex 2019

Naidex is Europe's most established trade, professional and public event dedicated to the care, rehabilitation and lifestyle of people with disabilities or impairment.

Returning to practice

This document is for health and care professionals who are not registered, and who need to apply for readmission to the Register

The costs of fitness to practise - a study of the Health and Care Professions Council

This study aims to generate descriptive statistics for different features of the HCPC’s Fitness to Practise processes and to address some specific questions regarding the factors which impact on costs.