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Patients Association responds to Law Commission Consultation on Health and Social Care Regulation

Author:Peter Wasson
Date Added:01 June 2012

The Law Commission reviews laws in the UK to see if they can be improved or whether new legal frameworks may be useful. They were asked to review the legislation relating to the 9 health and social care regulators -

General Chiropractic Council
General Dental Council
General Medical Council
General Optical Council
General Osteopathic Council
General Pharmaceutical Council
Health Professionals Council
Nursing and Midwifery Council
Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland

They hope to bring together the various pieces of legislation relating to health and social care regulation into a single piece legislation.

To read the original consultation document, please click here.

To read the Patients Association's response, please click here.

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