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Consultations

We publish our own consultations, for example when we develop standards. We also respond to consultations that other people have published. You will find them here.

GOC standards of practice consultation

The Professional Standards Authority gave a response to the General Optical Council's consultation on its standards of practice.

GOsC consultation on continuing professional development

The Authority's response in June 2015 to the General Osteopathic Council consultation: Continuing Professional Development, proposals for assuring the continuing fitness to practise of osteopaths.

Cabinet Office consultation on a Public Service Ombudsman

Professional Standards Authority responds to the consultation on the proposed creation of a public service ombudsman, merging the functions of the existing Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman, the Local Government Ombudsman and the Housing Ombudsman.

Rebalancing Medicines Legislation and Pharmacy Regulation

The Authority's response in May 2015 to the Department of Health consultation on Rebalancing Medicines Legislation and Pharmacy Regulation: draft Orders under section 60 of the Health Act 1999.

GMC consultation on fitness to practise reform

The Authority's response to the General Medical Council’s consultation: Reforming our fitness to practise investigation and adjudication processes.

PSNI code of conduct consultation

The Authority's response in May 2015 to the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland consultation on its code of conduct for pharmacists in Northern Ireland

Public Health Wales consultation on advanced practice in public health

The Authority's response in January 2015 to the Public Health Wales proposals for recognising public health practitioners who work at an advanced level of practice.

GOsC draft guidance on threshold criteria for unacceptable professional conduct

The Authority's response in December 2014 to the General Osteopathic Council consultation on proposed guidance on threshold criteria for unacceptable professional conduct.

ASA Consultation on prioritising principles

We welcome the opportunity to respond to this ASA consultation on its proposals to introduce prioritisation principles.