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GOsC responds to Department of Health regulation consultation

6 February 2018

The GOsC has responded to a Department of Health (Now the Department of Health & Social Care) consultation on the reform of healthcare professional regulation in the UK.

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Next Council meeting on Wednesday 31 January 2018

25 January 2018

The GOsC Council meets on 31 January at Osteopathy House at 10am for its first meeting of 2018.

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What do you like to read in 'the osteopath'?

2 January 2018

Which articles interest you most? Which do you never read and why? What would you like to read about in the future and how would you like to read it?

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Improving the GOsC websites

1 January 2018

We are working to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for on our websites.

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Read about the new CPD scheme in latest issue of 'the osteopath'

20 December 2017

Get ready for the new CPD scheme by trying out peer observation and taking our CPD evaluation survey.

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Last chance to give your views about new CPD rules

15 November 2017

Our consultation on amended CPD rules closes on 16 November and we welcome your views

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How prepared are you for the new CPD scheme?

1 November 2017

We are running our 2nd annual online CPD survey to help osteopaths review and reflect on their CPD.

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Next GOsC Council meeting, 1 November 2017

24 October 2017

Council will be asked for decisions concerning the GOsC budget for 2018-2019 and will also receive an update on the implementation of the new CPD scheme.

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Vacancies: Professional Conduct Committee registrant members

20 October 2017

We are appointing two osteopaths to join the Professional Conduct Committee (PCC) from 1 February 2018.

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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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