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HCPC welcomes PSA publication: “Ethics in extraordinary times: practitioner experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic”

This report explores the ethical experiences of practitioners working in health and social care professions and was commissioned by the Authority from Professor Deborah Bowman.

Professional bodies for paramedics

Professional bodies typically promote the profession, represent their members and provide curriculum frameworks, training and CPD.

Professional bodies for speech and language therapists

Professional bodies typically promote the profession, represent their members and provide curriculum frameworks, training and CPD.

Reviewing our return to practice processes to help registrants get back to work

Ensuring those who want to return to practice can do so quickly and safely is critical.

The standards of proficiency for dietitians

The standards of proficiency that dietitians must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Engaging with the public about what they do via social media

Case study: Simon is a dietitian. He has recently been considering new ways of engaging with his service users and members of the public

Consultation on the revised Indicative Sanctions Policy

The Indicative Sanctions Policy sets out what principles Practice Committee Panels should consider when deciding what, if any, sanction should be applied to fitness to practise cases

Consultation on HCPC registration fees

We are consulting on proposals to increase our registration fees. If adopted, the changes would be effective from 1 October 2019 and existing registrants would pay the new renewal fee when their profession next renews its registration.

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