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Reports to Parliament

Here you will find copies of our reports to Parliament about the work of regulators and accredited registers.


Professional Standards Authority Annual Report and Accounts 2020/21

We have published our annual report and accounts for 2020/21

Professional Standards Authority Annual Report and Accounts 2019/20

Our annual report for 2019/20 - produced and published under different and difficult circumstances - it highlights the need for continued cooperation and collaboration for those working in the the health and care sector and welcomes reform of regulation

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

Health Professional Regulation: a long view with Annual Report and Accounts 2017/2018

In our 2017/18 annual report, we take the opportunity to look back, charting key moments in the development of the regulatory framework, but also underline why regulatory reform is so necessary. It also provides our usual overview of professional regulation and registration

Review of Professional Registration and Regulation 2016/17 (with annual report & accounts)

Find out what we have to say about regulatory reform, how the regulators are protecting the public and what accredited registers can offer to a stretched national health and care service in our annual review of the state of professional regulation and registration in the United Kingdom

Annual report and accounts 2015-16

Read the Authority's annual report for 2015-16 which, this year, includes a review of professional regulation and registration.

Annual Report 2014-15

Our report to Parliament on the work of the Authority in the year 2014-15.

Accredited Registers - Ensuring that health and care practitioners are competent and safe 2015

This report describes the success of the Accredited Registers programme. It explains how they are helping to provide care and improve the health of patients and service users and shows that they have the capacity to do much more.