Revalidation: The early experiences and views of responsible officers from London – The King’s Fund – 15 October 2013

Posted on October 16, 2013. Filed under: Allied Health, Medicine, Nursing, Workforce | Tags: , , |

Revalidation: The early experiences and views of responsible officers from London – The King’s Fund – 15 October 2013

“This paper summarises the results of a small research study designed to capture the experiences of and reflections on revalidation of responsible officers (ROs) in London. Fifty-three responsible officers took part in an online survey and twenty of these ROs took part in in-depth interviews.

The results provide a snapshot of what the implementation of revalidation has meant for the new ROs six months in. The paper also draws some conclusions on what is currently aiding successful implementation, which can be drawn on by ROs, doctors, boards and senior leaders across the country to prepare for the second year of revalidation.”

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Understanding Public Protection: exploring views on the fitness to practice of health and care professionals – Picker Institute Europe – January 2013

Posted on February 22, 2013. Filed under: Health Professions, Workforce | Tags: , , , |

Understanding Public Protection: exploring views on the fitness to practice of health and care professionals – Picker Institute Europe – January 2013

“In September 2012, the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) commissioned Picker Institute Europe to explore public and professional views and understandings of public protection. The project was designed to examine:
● understandings of the concept of ‘public protection’ and of fitness to practise;
● understandings and interpretations of terms used within determinations of fitness to practise;
● views on key ongoing issues and questions pertaining to public protection and fitness to practise;
● the information about individual practitioners that participants considered relevant for the regulator to determine fitness to practise, and whether and how views differ.”

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