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Matthew Redford appointed as Acting GOsC Chief Executive and Registrar

23 September 2019

The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) has announced today that Matthew Redford, GOsC's Director of Registration and Resources, has been appointed as Acting Chief Executive.

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Annual Report and Accounts for 2018-19 published

12 September 2019

The General Osteopathic Council has published its latest Annual Report and Accounts, providing an overview of our work and the financial report for 2018-19

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Joint report on whistleblowing disclosures published

11 September 2019

Together with the seven other healthcare professional regulators, the General Osteopathic Council has published the latest report on whistleblowing disclosures

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Updated Osteopathic Practice Standards now in effect

1 September 2019

The updated Osteopathic Practice Standards (OPS) came into effect today, 1 September 2019, replacing the OPS from 2012.

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GOsC comments on Government response to regulation reform consultation

9 July 2019

The Government has today published its response to the Promoting professionalism, reforming regulation consultation.

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GOsC continues to meet all 24 Standards of Good Regulation in latest Professional Standards Authority review

4 July 2019

The Professional Standards Authority (PSA) has published its annual performance review of the General Osteopathic Council.

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Regulators unite to support reflective practitioners across healthcare

18 June 2019

The leaders of nine healthcare regulators have joined forces to stress the benefits and importance of good reflection among professionals in the healthcare sector.

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General Osteopathic Council removes Michael Hammond from its Register of osteopaths

29 May 2019

The General Osteopathic Council’s Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) found Michael Hammond, of Anglesey, Wales, had been convicted of a criminal offence that was materially relevant to his fitness to practise and that the appropriate sanction would be to remove Mr Hammond’s name from the Register of osteopaths.

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General Osteopathic Council removes Michael Hammond from its Register of osteopaths

29 May 2019

The General Osteopathic Council’s Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) found Michael Hammond, of Anglesey, Wales, had been convicted of a criminal offence that was materially relevant to his fitness to practise and that the appropriate sanction would be to remove Mr Hammond’s name from the Register of osteopaths.

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Share your views on our draft Restoration Guidance

25 April 2019

We are proposing the introduction of guidance for the Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) on the arrangements for, and procedure at, a hearing where an osteopath applies to be restored to the Register after they have been removed from the Register following a fitness to practise hearing.

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