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.
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.
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.
11 April 2019
We are inviting views on proposed revisions to the Registration Assessment process and documentation.
26 March 2019
The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) have published: How is touch communicated in the context of manual therapy? A literature review by Dr Michael Concannon and Samuel Lidgley from the University of Huddersfield.
25 March 2019
We are inviting views on the draft Practice Note: Cancellation of Hearing under Rule 19, which is intended to guide the Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) through the appropriate procedure which will in turn help to ensure the PCC adopt a consistent approach to applications, while preserving the safeguards built into Rule 19.
19 March 2019
The General Osteopathic Council’s 3rd annual continuing professional development (CPD) evaluation survey is now open and presents a chance for osteopaths to reflect on how prepared they are for the new scheme.
8 February 2019
The General Osteopathic Council and the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) are collaborating on work exploring how touch is communicated in the context of manual therapy.
10 January 2019
The GOsC's Fitness to Practise Annual Report 2017-2018 has been published.