We do this by improving the regulation and registration of people who work in health and social care. Our work includes:
We apply the principles
of right-touch regulation to everything we do - find out more. Not sure how our work contributes to public protection? Read examples of our work in these case studies.
Find out more about the goals we've set ourselves over the next three years. We've published our Strategic Plan 2023-26. The plan includes our vision, mission and objectives for 2023 to 2026. Find out more in the full plan or you can also see a summary in this infographic.
The PSA has decided not to accredit the National Council of Integrative Psychotherapists (NCIP) and has published the full decision online today
We have published our response to the Government's consultation on licensing of non-surgical cosmetic procedures
What are the barriers to complaining? In this blog, PSA Board member Moi Ali reflects on our recent roundtable in Scotland discussing this subject
Reflections from PSA's Accreditation Officer, Louise Appleby following her presentation at this year's CLEAR education conference
Read our response to the DHSC's consultation on licensing non-surgical cosmetics in England
PSA response to DHSC consultation on the disclosure of industry payments
PSA response to the consultation on Occupational Health
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We oversee the 10 statutory bodies that regulate health and care professionals. We review their performance to see how they are protecting the public.
We also scrutinise their decisions about whether people on their registers are fit to practise and can appeal these decisions if we believe they are insufficient to protect the public.
We set standards for organisations holding voluntary registers for people working in unregulated health and care occupations and accredit those organisations that meet our standards.
The programme helps people who are seeking treatments that may not be covered by regulated professions to opt for a lower risk option and make an informed choice.
We want to explain and explore regulation – we encourage improvement by sharing good practice and knowledge, conducting research and introducing new ideas, including our concept of right-touch regulation.
We also monitor policy developments and provide advice to governments and others on matters relating to people working in health and care.
Find out more about our latest research, social media campaigns or our most recent performance review published or register accredited.
You can also check our schedule for sharing your experience with us to help inform our regulator reviews and register re-accreditations.