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  • HCPC
    • Health and Care Professions Council
    • What they do
      • Set standards for professionals' education and training and practice
      • Approve programmes which professionals must complete to be registered
      • Keep a register of professionals who meet the standards that are set
      • Take actions if professionals on who do not meet the standards
    • Who they regulate
      • Art therapists
      • Biomedical scientists
      • Chiropodists/ podiatrists
      • Clinical scientists
      • Dietitians
      • Hearing aid dispensers
      • Occupational therapists
      • Operating department practitioners
      • Orthoptists
      • Paramedics
      • Physiotherapists
      • Practitioner psychologists
      • Prosthetists/ orthotists
      • Radiographers
      • Speech and language therapists
    • Standards of conduct, performance, and ehtics
      • How they expect our registrants to behave
      • Outline what the public should expect from their health and social care professionals
      • Help make decisions about the character of professionals who apply for the register
      • They use them if someone raises a concern about a registered professionals practice
    • Standards
      • Promote and protect the interests of service users and carers
      • Communicate appropriately and effectively
      • Work within the limits of your knowledge and skills
      • Delegate appropriately
      • Respect confidentiality
      • Manage risk
      • Report concerns about safety
      • Be open when things go wrong
      • Be honest and trustworthy
      • Keep records of your work


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