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The review published today concludes that, although the NMC's performance as a regulator is improving, it continues to make some mistakes and must develop a more respectful and open culture
We believe that sexual misconduct between health and care practitioners should be taken seriously – it does potentially impact patient safety. However, we observed that it is not always treated as seriously in regulators' final fitness to practise decisions. We wanted to find out if our thinking was out-of-step so we commissioned research to find out what professionals and the public think
The Authority appealed against a decision by a Nursing and Midwifery Council panel in respect of a nurse working at a hospital for adults with a learning disability - we have
now reached agreement with the NMC on Winterbourne View that the case be remitted to an NMC panel to reconsider
How does professional identity benefit patient safety? What role do regulators have on the formation of that identity? Dr Kolyva reflects on how ‘space’ and ‘place’ can contribute to developing professional identity
Confusing? Complicated? Has the way we regulate health and care professions in the UK passed its sell-by date? In this blog, Douglas Bilton explains why we think it is time for a change and puts forward some ideas for new ways to regulate
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