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Read the latest issue of 'the osteopath' now

17 October 2014

New duty of candour, GOsC Annual Report and Accounts, continuing fitness to practise and online CPD learning lead the articles in this issue.

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Regulators pledge to do more to put openness and honesty at heart of healthcare

13 October 2014

Regulators have today pledged to do more to put openness and honesty at the heart of healthcare.

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What is unacceptable professional conduct? Give us your views.

7 October 2014

New guidance to help decisions about whether or not complaints about an osteopath's conduct should be investigated or referred to a hearing.

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Read the August/September issue of the osteopath now

15 August 2014

Special research edition includes updates about research, NCOR and IJOM as well as GOsC news, ‘In practice’ and courses.

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Surrey practitioner convicted of falsely claiming to be osteopath

4 August 2014

GOsC successfully prosecutes Leslie James Bailey for unlawfully calling himself an osteopath

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GOsC welcomes positive performance review report for 2013/14

27 June 2014

The annual review published today, concludes that the GOsC once again maintains its effectiveness as a regulator.

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June/July 2014 issue of the osteopath out now

20 June 2014

Featuring consultations on whistleblowing and enforcement of title; CPD developments and what counts as CPD; effectiveness of regulation and more.

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GOsC seeks your views on two new draft policies

3 June 2014

Consultations launched on protecting the osteopathic titles and whistleblowing policies.

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London man guilty of falsely claiming to be an osteopath

24 May 2014

The UK regulator of osteopaths, the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), has successfully prosecuted David James Edward Thunder for unlawfully calling himself an osteopath.

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Read the April/May issue of the osteopath now

22 April 2014

Includes feedback from recent patient and public focus groups and our research into the effectiveness of regulation.

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