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Canlyniadau chwilio am care act 2014

Yn dangos 1 i 15 o 436 canlyniadau

Sustainability in health and care practice

HCPC Policy Lead, Rosemary Flowers-Wanjie, explains the background behind our development and publication of content support registrants with sustainable practice.

Sustainable practice

Information for current and future registrants who wish to learn more about sustainability in health and care, and make their practice more sustainable. 

Person-centred care

As a health and care professional, you must promote and protect the interests of service users and carers

Failure to provide adequate care

Case study: A paramedic self-referred with an allegation that he carried out inadequate assessments.

Failure to provide adequate care

Case study: A professional body raised a concern that a biomedical scientist had acted beyond her scope of practise.

Health and social care regulators

We work closely with the other UK health regulators to share best practice in a variety of areas. These include HR, education, equality and diversity, communications and governance.

Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service

The HCPTS makes independent decisions about registrants' fitness to practise

Former committees

Following the Council's restructure, which came into effect on 1 January 2014, we reviewed our committees and some were disbanded. Their work was absorbed by the Council

Freedom of information

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) gives a general right of access to recorded information held by public authorities

What you should expect from your health and care professional

The level of care you receive from a registered professional should meet our standards

Health, disability and becoming a health and care professional

Guidance aimed at disabled people who are interested in becoming health and care professionals

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