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This report aims to develop a quantitative approach to assessing professionalism in paramedics, and to revise an existing professionalism scale for use more widely to facilitate learning on professionalism amongst health and care professionals.
This consultation sought to enable people living with aphasia and their carers to be meaningfully involved in evaluating the standards of conduct, performance and ethics set by HCPC and to provide feedback, based on their own experiences, which may inform changes to the standards.
In July 2006 we decided to review the standards so that we could make sure that they continued to be fit for purpose and that they conformed to the expectations of the public, registrants and other stakeholders.
This research focuses on registrants and service users with the remit to explore their views on the content and accessibility of the standards.
Service user involvement in the design and delivery of education and training programmes leading to registration with the Health Professions Council
This research aims to examine available evidence regarding the use and impact of service user feedback tools in healthcare, and explore the views of people within relevant professional bodies.
This report explores the views of key audiences on the potential use and value of mediation within the HPC's regulatory regime.
This qualitative study aimed to explore expectations of the role of the HPC as a regulator, initial expectations when preparing and lodging a complaint, case handling and the outcome of the fitness to practise process.