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Share your views on new Hearings and Sanctions Guidance

25 September 2017

We are inviting views on our draft Hearings and Sanctions Guidance. The proposed changes aim to further enhance transparency and consistency in decision making by the Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) while ensuring that any sanction imposed by a Committee is both targeted and proportionate.

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Get a head start...

Get a head start...

1 September 2017

...and familiarise yourself with the updated 'Osteopathic Practice Standards' before they are published.

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Tell us what you think of the revised Osteopathic Practice Standards

1 August 2017

We have updated the Osteopathic Practice Standards to make them easier to use in practice. We are now carrying out the final consultation before we publish the new standards, and welcome your feedback.

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OPS consultation and Countdown to new CPD: patient feedback

OPS consultation and Countdown to new CPD: patient feedback

15 August 2017

The latest issue of the osteopath is out now

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Next GOsC Council meeting, 18 July 2017

12 July 2017

At the next Council meeting Council will be asked to make decisions about forthcoming consultations on revised Osteopathic Practice Standards and draft Hearings and Sanctions Guidance.

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Give us your views about our draft practice note on consensual disposal of fitness to practise cases

10 July 2017

We are inviting views on a draft practice note about consensual disposal of fitness to practise cases under Rule 8 of the General Osteopathic Council (Professional Conduct Committee) (Procedure) Rules 2000.

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Countdown to new CPD: exploring the benefits of case-based discussions

Countdown to new CPD: exploring the benefits of case-based discussions

20 June 2017

The latest issue of 'the osteopath' journal is out now.

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GOsC continues to meet all standards of good regulation

16 June 2017

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 (GOsC) has for seven years running met all the PSA’s Standards of Good Regulation.

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