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HCPC Gender pay gap report 2018

This report sets out HCPC's gender pay gap data for the snapshot date of 5 April 2018

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

Welsh Language Scheme annual monitoring report 2019

How we continue to implement steps to make sure we treat English and Welsh equally when communicating with the public in Wales

The characteristics of effective clinical and peer supervision in the workplace: a rapid evidence review

This report presents the key findings from a literature review: to explore the characteristics of effective clinical and peer supervision in the workplace.

HR Equality and Diversity Data 2019

All applicants for employee and partner roles at the HCPC are asked to complete a voluntary equal opportunities and diversity monitoring form. 

HCPC Gender pay gap report 2017

This report sets out HCPC's gender pay gap data for the snapshot date of 5 April 2017

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.

Fitness to practise annual report 2017

This report provides information about the HCPC’s work in considering allegations about the fitness to practise of HCPC registrants. 

People like us? Understanding complaints about paramedics and social workers

This report aims to improve understanding of the number and nature of complaints to the HCPC about paramedics and social workers in England, and to consider what actions might help prevent complaints in these professions.

CPD report: What is the evidence for assuring the continuing fitness to practise of HCPC registrants, based on its CPD and audit system?

The aim of this study was to answer the question ‘What is the evidence for assuring the continuing fitness to practise of Health and Care Professions Council registrants, based on its Continuing Professional Development and audit system?’

Annual report and accounts 2015–16

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

Preparation for practice: The role of the HCPC's standards of education and training in ensuring that newly qualified professionals are fit to practise

The overall aim of this project is to explore ‘preparation for practice’ of newly qualified professionals who have completed pre-registration education and training programmes approved by the HCPC. Evidence gained from this project will inform and assist the HCPC in decision-making regarding the SETs (and supporting guidance) required when preparing newly qualified professionals to be fit to practise.

Review of social work education in England

A report on our work in qualifying social work education in England, from the period 1 August 2012 to 31 August 2015. The report focuses on our work as the statutory regulator for social workers in England and our experiences from the previous three years.

The making of a multi-professional regulator - The HCPC 2001-2015

This report is an account of the making of a multi-professional regulator over its first fifteen years. 

Report on the findings of the HCPC In Focus feedback survey 2015

From 5 June – 17 July 2015 we conducted an electronic survey to collect feedback about our external-facing electronic newsletter, HCPC In Focus. This report is a breakdown of our findings and a summary of potential future developments.

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