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GOsC draft guidance on threshold criteria for unacceptable professional conduct

30 Dec 2014 | Professional Standards Authority
  • Consultation Responses

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

Background

We have published our response to the General Osteopathic Council consultation on proposed guidance on threshold criteria for unacceptable professional conduct.

As of 2019 we now oversee ten health and care professional regulators - including the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) - and report annually to Parliament on their performance. We can also appeal fitness to practise cases to the courts if outcomes are unduly lenient and it is in the public interest.

We welcome the opportunity to respond to this consultation about the GOsC’s proposed guidance on threshold criteria for establishing unacceptable professional conduct. In line with our statutory objective, the comments we provide are made for the purpose of promoting the interests of patients and the wider public in relation to the GOsC’s performance of its fitness to practise function.

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