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How to check the Register to find a professional, and what the results mean
If a concern is raised about an employee, we may ask you for information as their employer or manager
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Being an expert witness is an opportunity to demonstrate high levels of expertise and professionalism in your own area of practise
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Case study: A psychologist’s employer raised concerns that the registrant had taken a service user on a trip involving an overnight stay in a shared hotel room, bought the service user alcohol and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol in the presence of the service user.
Case study: A dietitian’s employer raised concerns about their clinical practice and conduct, following a number of incidents relating to six different service users.
Case study: A biomedical scientist’s employer raised concerns following an incident where the registrant failed to follow procedure. When processing samples, the registrant failed to prevent contamination, which led to inaccurate results.
Case study: A paramedic self-referred after he posted inappropriate comments on social media, which caused his employer to suspend him.
This section provides information about the CPD audit process, and provides guidance on meeting our CPD standards
Speech and language therapist Debbie Halden shares her experience supporting a former registrant return to practice
Case study: An occupational therapist’s employer raised concerns relating to their clinical practice and conduct, following a number of incidents relating to nine different cases.
Case study: An employer raised concerns about an operating department practitioner’s (ODP) conviction of fraud. For this conviction, she was sentenced to 18-months imprisonment and suspended for 24 months.
Case study: An employer raised concerns about a psychologist who did not report a service user’s suicidal thoughts to their supervisor or any other professionals. This was despite it happening repeatedly and after recording a case note.