Category: General Osteopathic Council (GOsC)

An in-depth look at Reflection in Fitness to Practise

Reflection is important for any healthcare professional to gain insight into the circumstances that led to things going wrong, and from this to demonstrate remediation.

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“Delivering racial equality in medicine” – British Medical Association

“Racism has for too long been allowed to blight lives and careers of those in the medical profession.” – BMA council chair

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New legislation expands the number of professions able to issue fit notes

The UK government has introduced new legislation to allow a wider range of healthcare professionals to certify fit notes.

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FEATURE: Should you engage with your regulator during a fitness to practise investigation?

Kings View Chambers discuss whether you should you respond to your regulator? What should you say? We look at the importance of engaging with your regulator.

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KINGS VIEW FEATURE: Fit to Practise – An Explanation of the Restoration Process

If you have been struck off, you can apply for restoration. The process is complicated and evidence has shown legal representation is key to success.

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FEATURE: Can you expect your employer to support you through your fitness to practise investigation?

Support from your employer will be limited but there is clear evidence that legal representation can make a positive difference to the outcome of your case.

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Does remediation training matter in fitness to practise?

Remediation is where a doctor addresses concerns about their fitness to practise. Remediation training is often a key step in demonstrating remediation.

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Workforce burnout and resilience in the NHS and social care

Government responds to Health and Social Care Committee’s report on workforce burnout and resilience in the NHS and social care.

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Refusing Covid vaccination a fitness to practise issue?

With the Government U-turn on mandatory vaccination for health and care staff, regulators have been issuing statements on the issue.

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Consultation on which health and care professions should be regulated in future

The Department of Health and Social Care is consulting on arrangements for deciding which health and care professions should be regulated in future.

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