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This report explores the views of key audiences on the potential use and value of mediation within the HPC's regulatory regime.
HCPC research on effective clinical and peer supervision in the workplace
This report is the first in a series on the regulation of the heath professions registered with the HPC.
The third report in a series on research in regulation of the professions registered with the HPC.
This research focuses on registrants and service users with the remit to explore their views on the content and accessibility of the standards.
The second in a series of research reports on the regulation of the health professions registered with the HPC.
This report is the fourth in a series on research relating to the professions registered with the HCPC. It is part of our commitment to building the evidence base of regulation and being innovative in our approach.
Service user feedback tools - an evidence review and Delphi consultation for the Health Professions Council
This research aims to examine available evidence regarding the use and impact of service user feedback tools in healthcare, and explore the views of people within the relevant professional bodies.
Operating department practitioner Andrea Thompson reflects on the need to provide appropriate support to those you delegate work to, drawing on her research with students with additional learning needs
Service user involvement in the design and delivery of education and training programmes leading to registration with the Health Professions Council
This research aims to examine available evidence regarding the use and impact of service user feedback tools in healthcare, and explore the views of people within relevant professional bodies.
In early 2017, the HCPC commenced a review of the Indicative Sanctions Policy to ensure it is up to date, reflects public opinion, and continues to support fair and proportionate decision making. As part of this review we commissioned market research into the public’s views of the Policy and undertook a public consultation.
This study aims to generate descriptive statistics for different features of the HCPC’s Fitness to Practise processes and to address some specific questions regarding the factors which impact on costs.