Assistant Director of Standards and Policy, Douglas Bilton, goes into detail about the key findings from the report we commissioned by Professor Deborah Bowman entitled Ethics in Extraordinary Times
With the deadline to respond to the consultation upon us - our Chief Executive puts forward our closing arguments to balance flexibility with transparency and accountability and ensure that public protection is at the centre of future reform
Two blogs on our power to appeal fitness to practise panel decisions: one from the registrant; and the other from the complainant - with an introduction from our Director of Standards and Policy
In this blog we explain more about the advice we commissioned on cognitive bias and how they can influence the decisions we make without us even being aware of them
What happens when regulator's fitness to practise panel gets it wrong? This blog explains how it feels from the point of view of a witness
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