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CHRE consultation on distributed regulation

In January 2010, the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) published an information paper on distributed regulation.  The distributed regulation model is a model proposed for dealing with circumstances where health professionals extend their scope of practice to an area where the standards are set by another regulator or professional body.  CHRE was asked by The Secretary of State for Health to provide advice and recommendations on what public protection issues might arise and how regulators might respond in these circumstances. 

Following consideration by the Board, the CNHC submitted its response to CHRE in February.  CNHC considers this is a particularly important area for CNHC since many of the practitioners registered with CNHC are also registered with one or more of the statutory healthcare regulators (for example the Health Professions Council and Nursing and Midwifery Council).  CNHC made it clear that it would wish to be party to all on-going discussions on this important matter.

Added: 2010-03-09 00:00:00.0
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