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Using analysed records in 232 fitness to practise cases where sexual misconduct was found proven by registrants of the GMC, HCPC and NMC - Professor Searle has reviewed the academic and research literature on the key theories and explanations for why this kind of misconduct occurs
In our latest review of the HCPC's performance, we report that the six fitness to practise Standards not met in our previous two reports, still remain unmet - but we also recognise the significant amount of work HCPC has undertaken to address the concerns we outlined in those reviews
The GOsC continues to meet all of our Standards of Good Regulation in their latest performance review
The Professional Standards Authority has published a research report analysing the circumstances of incidents of sexual misconduct by health and social care professionals.
The Chair of the Authority's Board, George Jenkins OBE, has announced he will be stepping down from his role awhen his term ends in December 2019