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Read about our work in 2015-2016

9 September 2016

The GOsC’s Annual Report and Accounts for 2015-16 provides an overview of our work during this period as well as the financial report for the year.

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New consultation on voluntary removal from the Register of osteopaths

1 September 2016

We are consulting on new guidance about the factors that the GOsC Registrar will take into consideration when an osteopath requests to be removed from the Register of osteopaths (voluntary removal) and would welcome your views.

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GOsC recruiting new Regulation Manager

18 August 2016

The GOsC is seeking to recruit a Regulation Manager to join its Regulation team.

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GOsC meets all standards of good regulation

5 July 2016

A review by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) – the body responsible for monitoring the performance of UK healthcare professional regulators – has found that the General Osteopathic Council has for the sixth consecutive year met all the PSA’s Standards of Good Regulation.

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Bournemouth osteopath removed from GOsC Register for persistent dishonesty

23 June 2016

The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), the UK regulator for osteopaths, has removed Nigel Graham of Bournemouth from its Register. Mr Graham is now unable to practise as an osteopath.

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Building the evidence: 'the osteopath' for June/July

15 June 2016

An app that collects feedback directly from patients to demonstrate the outcomes of osteopathic care is the focus of our leading article, which includes an osteopath’s experience of adopting the app.

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New GOsC guidance for witnesses

19 May 2016

Witnesses at fitness to practise hearings play a vital role in helping the GOsC to maintain public safety.

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First meeting for new GOsC Council on 5 May 2016

27 April 2016

A proposal to establish a single Policy Advisory Committee covering the work of the existing policy committees is one of the papers the new Council will consider.

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