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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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In Right-touch regulation in practice, 10 contributors (including from organisations in Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand, as well as the UK) share their experiences of using right-touch regulation to inform their thinking, policies and practice. They set out the interesting and varied ways in which different regulators in different sectors and in different countries have applied right-touch regulation to their particular problems and challenges. Our authors show that right-touch regulation is complementary to other values-based approaches, and that it can act as a catalyst for organisational change within regulators.
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?