Fitness to practise audit report. Audit of health professional regulatory bodies’ initial decisions [UK] – March 2011

Posted on April 5, 2011. Filed under: Health Professions, Workforce | Tags: , |

Fitness to practise audit report.  Audit of health professional regulatory bodies’ initial decisions [UK] – March 2011
Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence

From the Executive Summary:

1.1 This is CHRE’s second annual audit of the ‘initial stages’ of the fitness to practise process of the nine health professional regulatory bodies that we oversee. We conducted these audits between May 2010 and February 2011. We audited fitness to practise cases that the regulators had closed without referral to a final stage fitness to practise hearing.

1.2 The overall purpose of the audit is to ensure that the regulators’ decisions protect the public and maintain public confidence in the professions and system of regulation. We looked for evidence of risks to public protection or public confidence as a result of each regulator’s case-handling procedures and standards. …continues

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