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Performance Review - GDC 2017/18

Our latest review of the GDC sees it meeting 22 out of 24 of our Standards of Good Regulation - during this review period we noted a deterioration in its timeliness in progressing fitness to practise cases

The role of patients and service users in ensuring the safety of the care they receive

​Can patients be effective in maintaining their own safety? We wanted to explore further the role of patients and service users in ensuring the safety of the care they receive, so we commissioned this research to find out more

A review conducted for the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association

We were asked by the SRNA to review their complaints, investigations and discipline work against our Standards of Good Regulation. This report is the result of that work

Performance Review - NMC 2017/18

Our latest performance review of the NMC details how they have met 22 out of 24 of our Standards of Good regulation. It is the first performance review published since our lessons learned review and the NMC has initiated a significant programme to address the concerns we highlighted in that report

Inquiry into the performance of the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia

This international report reviews the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia and was carried out at the request of British Columbia’s Minister of Health

Performance Review - PSNI 2017/18

The Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland continues to meet all of our Standards of Good Regulation

Authority's response to the Implementation Programme for the Inquiry into Hyponatraemia Related Deaths

Authority's response to the Implementation Programme for the Inquiry into Hyponatraemia Related Deaths

Professional Standards Authority response to NHS Improvement's consultation on developing a patient safety strategy

Professional Standards Authority response to NHS Improvement's consultation on developing a patient safety strategy

Standards of Good Regulation

These are the current Standards of Good Regulation which we use to assess regulators' performance. These Standards started to be used from January 2020 and replaced the previous Standards.

Telling patients the truth when something has gone wrong - how have professional regulators encouraged professionals to be candid to patients?

This paper sets out the progress professional regulators we oversee have made in embedding the professional duty of candour (being open and honest to a patient when something has gone wrong in their care) across the UK since 2014