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Consultation on draft guidance on insurance requirements for osteopaths

We are consulting on guidance which has been created to provide information about the insurance requirements for osteopaths and those intending to register as osteopaths with the GOsC.

 

You need to have adequate professional indemnity insurance (PII) and public liability insurance in place while registered with the GOsC. The guidance sets out the difference between these types of insurance and the key points to consider.

 

The purpose of this consultation is to:

  • Seek feedback about the clarity of the guidance to ensure that is clear as it can be and
  • help ensure osteopaths are meeting the necessary requirements.

 

Please download and read the consultation guidance before responding to this consultation.

 

Your name or your organisation if replying on behalf of an organisation

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Did you find the draft Guidance clear and informative?
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Does the draft Guidance provide a comprehensive overview of the insurance requirements for osteopaths?
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What is your view on the inclusion of the key learning points in the draft Guidance that have arisen in fitness to practise hearings?

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Do you have any other comments on the draft Guidance?

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Do you consider that the approach proposed in this consultation supports our overarching objective of public protection?

This includes:

a. protecting, promoting and maintaining the health, safety and well-being of the public
b. promoting and maintaining public confidence in the profession of osteopathy
c. promoting and maintaining proper professional standards and conduct for osteopaths

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As set out above, we are asking some specific questions that we would like responses to, but you are welcome to offer any other comments you wish.

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