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Performance Review - GDC 2018/19

The GDC has met 22 out of 24 of our Standards of Good Regulation in our latest performance review

An overview of our work and its contribution to protecting the public

A short report explaining our work using case studies to highlight how we contribute to public protection

Performance Review - GCC 2018/19

Our latest performance review for the General Chiropractic Council is published - with the GCC meeting 22 out of 24 of our Standards of Good Regulation

Professional Standards Authority response - Social Work England consultations

The Professional Standards Authority's responses to Social Work England's consultations on its draft rules and standards, registration and CPD guidance and process and on its fitness to practise guidance

Performance Review - GOC 2017/18

In our latest performance review - the GOC has met 22 out of 24 of the Standards of Good Regulation

Sexual misconduct in health and social care: understanding types of abuse and perpetrators’ moral mindsets

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

Performance Review - HCPC 2018/19

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

Performance Review - GOsC 2018/19

The GOsC continues to meet all of our Standards of Good Regulation in their latest performance review

Annual Report and Accounts 2018/19

Our annual report and accounts for 2018/19 detailing our oversight of the nine professional health regulators and the accredited registers

Review of the regulatory performance of Professional Engineers Ontario

The review was led by Harry Cayton, the former CEO of the Authority while he was the Authority’s International Adviser. The review authors worked in an independent capacity, contracting directly with the PEO. The review is copyright to the authors who take full responsibility for its contents