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In early 2017, the HCPC commenced a review of the Indicative Sanctions Policy to ensure it is up to date, reflects public opinion, and continues to support fair and proportionate decision making. As part of this review we commissioned market research into the public’s views of the Policy and undertook a public consultation.
Nana-Jane is a registered biomedical scientist currently in the third year of her PhD researching Bladder Cancer.
This study aims to generate descriptive statistics for different features of the HCPC’s Fitness to Practise processes and to address some specific questions regarding the factors which impact on costs.
Exploring the public’s view on the principles that under-pin the Indicative Sanctions Policy, specifically focusing on general public views towards it
Perceptions and experiences of the HCPC's approach to continuing professional development standards and audits
This report explores the perceptions and experiences of the HCPC’s approach to continuing professional development (CPD), including standards for CPD and CPD audits.
As a regulator set up to protect the public, involving the public as key stakeholders is essential to our work and we are committed to this involvement in a number of our core organisational activities
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.
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
Guidance on how employers can encourage and support those wanting to return to practice
Hear from registrants on the activities they find most rewarding, and which can count towards CPD