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A look at the responsibilities of, and resources for, education providers concerned about the impact of a student's health condition on their ability to practice.
Case study: Dipak is a podiatrist who has recently started co-ordinating a campaign with his employer to promote the profession to the public
Case study: Desmond is a radiographer who posted on social media about particular patient injuries and occasionally shared photos of their x-rays
You need to make informed and reasonable decisions about your own practice to make sure that you always respect and protect the confidentiality of service users
There are a small number of circumstances where you might need to pass on information without consent, or when you have asked for consent but the service user has refused it
Case study: Ameena is a registered Band 7 Physiotherapist at an NHS Trust. Ameena has recently been asked by her employer to supervise Marianne, who has recently qualified as a Band 5 physiotherapist.
Case study: Raff is a hearing aid dispenser working in independent practice. He has just started running his own business as a sole practitioner in a remote location in the Scottish Highlands.
Legal Assessors are legally qualified and provide advice to panels of the HCPC’s statutory committees and Council on questions of law
Panel Chairs oversee a range of independent panels considering fitness to practise allegations
ICP Chairs are legally qualified and sit on our Investigating Committee Panels
CPD Assessors are current HCPC registrants who assess registrant CPD profiles against the HCPC’s standards
Registration Appeals Panel Members consider and determine appeals regarding admittance to the register, renewal and removal from the register
Service User Expert Advisors will be engaged in an effective and targeted manner, which is reflective of the skills, expertise and experience successful candidates bring to the role