We are currently focusing our research on:
Our most recent research published looks at progress made by the professional regulators to embed the professional duty of candour in their registrants. Read more about it in Telling patients the truth when something goes wrong or see a summary of key findings in this infographic.
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Our recent academic and research conference asked the question 'What is it to be a good regulator?' The conference took place on 7-8 March 2019 and we will publish the presentations and a highlights video soon.
In our annual report for 2017/18, we take the opportunity to look back at what has been achieved in professional regulation over the last 10 years. We also provide our usual overview of how well the regulators and accredited registers we oversee have been performing. You can read the full report, a shorter highlights report, or key facts and stats for our work reviewing the regulators, improving regulation and accrediting registers.
We have published policy advice commissioned by the Scottish Government looking at the implications if a healthcare occupation is regulated in fewer than all four UK countries. We have published research we commissioned looking at Sexual behaviours between health and care practitioners: where does the boundary lie?