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Sexual misconduct - introduction

Read the latest research we have funded on sexual misconduct. Professor Ros Seale used cases from out fitness to practise database where sexual misconduct was found proven and reviewed the academic and research literature on the key theories and explanations for why this kind of misconduct occurs.


Our most recent performance review published is for the General Chiropractic Council. Find out how many of our Standards  they have met - you can read the full report or see a summary in our snapshot.


Clued up on cosmetic procedures? We have been supporting the government's new campaign to raise awareness. Find out more about how to choose a practitioner for a cosmetic procedure or use our Check-a-Practitioner tool to check. Follow #clueduponcosmeticprocedures to keep updated.


Regulators

Performance reviews are carried out throughout the year and the reports are published as and when each report is finalised. Read our schedule for when we expect to carry out the reviews. You can also find out the dates for sharing feedback with us about the regulators. The next deadline is for HCPC's review - share your feedback with us by 6 December 2019.


Our most recent performance review published is for the General Chiropractic Council. Find out how many of our Standards  they have met - you can read the the full report or see a summary in our snapshot.


On 2 December Social Work England will take on the regulation of social workers in England and on the same day, they will become the tenth professional regulator under our oversight. Find out more in our statement.


The new Standards of Good Regulation

Following the two consultations we ran, our Board agreed the revised Standards in November 2018. We have been piloting them and plan to introduce them for our 2019/20 performance review cycle.

Accredited Registers

The Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP) has indicated its intent to renew accreditation. Please share your experience of RCCP by 24 December 2019.


The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) has indicated its intent to renew accreditation. Please share your experience of BACP by 17 December 2019.


The Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) has indicated its intent to renew accreditation. Please share your experience of FHT by 5 December 2019.


Our joint report with the Royal Society for Public Health – Untapped Resources: Accredited Registers in the Wider Workforce – looks at how nearly 80,000 health professionals on accredited registers can make a significant contribution to promoting and protecting the public's health.


We are running a social media campaign to raise awareness about checking that practitioners who provide complementary therapies are on accredited registers. Take a look at our 8 things to check before having complementary therapy.


Policy and research

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Our most recent report published is on research carried out by Professor Ros Searle using our fitness to practise database to look at the moral mindsets of  the perpetrators of sexual misconduct in health and care. You can read the full report or a visual summary of the key findings in this infographic.


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