Jan 04, 2022
A new year's blog from our Director of Standards and Policy
Dec 02, 2021
In our guest blog, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra) outline some of the benefits that they have found from introducing their single regulatory model in Australia.
Sep 20, 2021
This blog explores how during the pandemic the patient voice has been diminished or even lost. We now need to refocus regulators' attention and make sure that the patient voice is heard
Aug 04, 2021
July 2021 marked 20 years since Sir Ian Kennedy's report of the inquiry into children's heart surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary was published - in this blog we look back to see how its recommendations are still relevant for regulatory reform
Jun 16, 2021
With the deadline to respond to the consultation upon us - our Chief Executive puts forward our closing arguments to balance flexibility with transparency and accountability and ensure that public protection is at the centre of future reform
Jun 15, 2021
Two blogs on our power to appeal fitness to practise panel decisions: one from the registrant; and the other from the complainant - with an introduction from our Director of Standards and Policy
Jun 09, 2021
What happens when regulator's fitness to practise panel gets it wrong? This blog explains how it feels from the point of view of a witness
May 26, 2021
A guest blog from the Patients Association - giving their perspective on government plans for reforming regulation and asking 'where's the patient voice in these proposals?'
May 12, 2021
Natasha Wynne explains more about our recently published research on whether consistency matters between regulators and what the public, patients and professionals think about consistency in health and care regulation
May 07, 2021
Bharat Nathwani, Policy Officer at the Pharmacists Defence Association, discusses what they would like to see from regulatory reform, in light of the proposals put forward in the Government's consultation.
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