HPC start consultation on proposed changes to the generic standards of proficiency

The Health Professions Council (UK) are consulting on proposed changes to the generic standards of proficiency. The standards of proficiency are the standards that we consider necessary for the safe and effective practice of professions they regulate. The changes are being proposed to ensure that the generic standards are applicable to all the professions they regulate. There are consultations on a number of changes to the structure and wording of the generic standards. They are proposing to reduce the number of generic standards to 15. Each of these generic standards would be overarching and applicable to all professions. The deadline for responses to the consultation is 20 October 2010.

The HPC are inviting all stakeholders with an interest to respond to this consultation. You can download a copy of the consultation document here.

If you would like to respond to the consultation please send your response to:

Consultation on proposed changes to standards of proficiency
Policy and Standards Department
Health Professions Council
Park House
184 Kennington Park Road
London
SE11 4BU

You may also email responses to [email protected] or send a fax to +44 (0)20 7820 9684

If you would like to request hard copies, or alternative formats, of the consultation document, you can do so by emailing the address above or by calling 020 7840 9815.

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