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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

Annual report and accounts 2017–18

Our annual report highlights how we are engaging with stakeholders to better understand how we can prevent fitness to practise cases.

Engaging with the public about what they do via social media

Case study: Simon is a dietitian. He has recently been considering new ways of engaging with his service users and members of the public

My Story – Elizabeth Jolaoso

In celebration of Black History Month Elizabeth shares her experience as a black woman in her field and provides advice to others from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) background wanting a career in allied health.  

My COVID-19 story – Nick Groom

Nick is a paramedic and Teaching Fellow at Oxford Brookes University

My Story - Rachel Karanja

In celebration of Black History Month Rachel shares some inspiring words of what she has learned and experienced as a black health and care professional in the UK.

Employer insight: Supporting transgender employees in the workplace - Top Tips

NHS Lothian (NHSL) developed a number of initiatives to support Transgender employees at work, including Top tips for employees and employers

Supporting an environment for change

Education annual report for 2016–17 reflects on another year of progress in which we approved a diverse range of programmes delivered by a broad range of providers

Fitness to practise publications policy

This document sets out the publication policy for fitness to practise proceedings

My COVID-19 story - Claire Molyneux

Claire Molyneux is a HCPC registered arts therapist, practicing as a music therapist.

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