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News from RCCP and AHCS

Representatives of the Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP) Council and its professional body members met with the Board members of the Academy of Healthcare Science (AHCS) on the 16th November 2016.

The aims of the board to board meeting were to consider areas of mutual interest and to see where the organisations might work together and in doing so look at where there may be benefit to patient safety, public confidence and provide clarity for the professionals, profession, employers and educators.

Building on earlier discussions, at the conclusion of a successful   meeting, both organisations requested that the CEOs work together on developing plans and options which will create a robust, integrated regulatory framework focused on maintaining and improving standards for all registrants of the relevant professions and specialisms. This will involve a number of facilitated workshops and focussed discussions.
The Boards will meet again in the new year to formalise and agree the way forward.

For more information, please contact RCCP Chief Executive, Paul Sharpe
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