Apr 15, 2021
Today we publish our Covid-19 lessons learned review, and our Assistant Director of Standards and Policy, who led on the project, explains more about why we think it is so important to look at what lessons we can learn from the first phase of the pandemic.
Mar 25, 2021
Marcus Longley, one of the Authority's Board members summaries some of the key discussions as part of our recent (virtual) Welsh seminar looking at regulatory developments in the Welsh context
Mar 17, 2021
Mar 03, 2021
Director of Standards and Policy, Christine Braithwaite, reflects on the impact the pandemic has had on the health and social care workforce, as well as how the Authority intends to use learnings to respond to the ongoing challenges.
Feb 19, 2021
In this blog, we explain why we are asking for views - as part of our wider consultation - on what is the best way to identify risks to public protection and public confidence through the performance review process?
Feb 17, 2021
Mark Stobbs - our Director of Scrutiny and Quality gives a very personal account of what LGBT+ history month means to him
Feb 12, 2021
In her guest blog - Chief Executive of the Academy for Healthcare Science, Janet Monkman talks about Accredited Registers and what could an alternative to statutory regulation mean for the NHS, the public, patients and the workforce
Feb 05, 2021
As we continue to welcome responses to our consultation, our Head of Accreditation Melanie Venables explains why it's important and what this means for the future of Accredited Registers
Jan 26, 2021
In the third of our series of guest blogs looking at the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic across the four nations of the UK – a guest blog from Lynsey Cleland of Healthcare Improvement Scotland - Community Engagement
Jan 21, 2021
A guest blog from Joanna Jervis, a Senior Lawyer and Practice Development Manager for Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland looking at fitness to practise from the registrant's perspective
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