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Biomedical scientists

The standards of proficiency that biomedical scientists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Why aren’t more professions regulated?

Responding to discussions among our registrants, here’s some background on why some titles are regulated and others not.

 

Chiropodists / podiatrists

The standards of proficiency that chiropodists / podiatrists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Dietitians

The standards of proficiency that dietitians must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Hearing aid dispensers

The standards of proficiency that hearing aid dispensers must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Using our standards to support employee development

You will want to support your employees to meet their professional requirements

Radiographers

The standards of proficiency that radiographer must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Standards for prescribing

Our expectations of education providers delivering training in prescribing and of professionals on our Register who prescribe

Employer referrals

Raise a concern if you are an employer of a HCPC registrant

Arts therapists

The standards of proficiency that arts therapists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Orthoptists

The standards of proficiency that orthoptists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Paramedics

The standards of proficiency that paramedics must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

A Year in Highlights 2019-20

Our Year in Highlights show the HCPC’s work from the 1st of April 2019 through to the 31st of March 2020.

Principles for preceptorship

Helping health and care professionals through career transitions

Medical entitlements and COVID-19

The factors to consider in applying our standards during the COVID-19 pandemic

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