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Harmonising sanctions in fitness to practise cases

16 Sep 2008 | Professional Standards Authority
  • Policy Advice

September 2008 advice to the Secretary of State, with consultation and research results and a subsequent report in November 2009

This report proposed a common range of sanctions that should be available to all fitness to practise panels across all regulatory bodies. Each regulator was initially established with its own sanction set, but greater harmonisation would be a positive development, as would using a common set of terms to describe each type of sanction. Documents about this project include:

  • Analysis of the consultation responses (September 2008)
  • CHRE's position (September 2008)
  • CHRE view on common terms (November 2009)