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Regulation

Not in my name

Frontline article - Posted on 16/01/2017

Ruaidhri O’Connor explains the reasons for boycotting Ireland’s regulatory body. In Ireland state regulation of the ...

Standards body calls for overhaul of professional regulation

News item - Posted on 14/08/2015

14 August 2015 Health and social care regulators in the UK are outdated and should be redesigned so they support people to improve ...

Physio to lead profession’s regulatory body

News item - Posted on 26/06/2015

26 June 2015 A physiotherapist has been appointed to a leading role at the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). ...

Government backs overhaul of regulation of healthcare professionals

News item - Posted on 09/02/2015

9 February 2015 The government has accepted the majority of law commission recommendations on reforming the regulation of health and ...

Advice line: World of work - HCPC guidance on working temporarily in the UK.

Frontline article - Posted on 03/11/2014

Anna Lubasinska gives an update on the Health and Care Professions Council’s (HCPC) guidance on EU residents working in the UK on a 'temporary and occasional’ basis ...

Direct access and patient/client self-referral to physiotherapy: a review of contemporary practice within the European Union

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 29/11/2013

Background Direct access refers to service users being able to refer themselves to physiotherapy without a third-party referral. It represents a model of practice supported globally by the profession, ...

Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications

News item - Posted on 19/01/2006

19 January 2006 On September 30th 2005, the new EU General Directive 2005/36/EEC on the Mutual Recognition of Professional ...

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