Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
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Advice Line: why members must comply on use of chartered status
Members must comply with Privy Council rules on their use of chartered status, says CSP director Natalie Beswetherick.
Wise council: HCPC chair Elaine Buckley
Having a physio background helps give new HCPC chair Elaine Buckley a rounded view of the task ahead, she tells Gill Hitchcock.
Advice line: HCPC and non-practising physiotherapists
No longer working with patients? You still need HCPC registration, says Pip White.
Advice line: Data management and HCPC registration
The CSP is changing the way it manages data about members’ HCPC registration status. Sally Gosling explains why this matters.
Advice line: World of work - HCPC guidance on working temporarily in the UK.
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
HCPC investigations: a member guide
Showcase your practice - what to put in your portfolio
In the fourth and final article in a series on HCPC re-registration and CPD, CSP professional adviser Gwyn Owen looks at creating portfolios
What has the HCPC ever done for me?
CSP professional adviser Gwyn Owen explains the HCPC’s role and offers guidance on NEXT year’s re-registration process.
HCPC proposes a 5.3% fee hike
The Health and Care Professions Council’s annual registration fee is set to rise from £76 to £80 from 1 April 2014.