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2011 General public and registrants research report

This report is for a research study conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Health Professions Council (HPC).


The research involved two audiences; the general public and registrants of the HPC and comprised four distinct elements.

- General public quantitative research (face-to-face omnibus survey);
- General public qualitative research (face-to-face in-depth discussions);
- HPC registrants’ quantitative research (postal survey);
- HPC registrants’ qualitative research (discussion groups).

The main trends are then presented in the overarching key implications section.



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