FSRH welcomes the opportunity to respond to this consultation on the regulation of Medical Associate Professions (MAPs) in the UK by the Department of Health (DH).
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FSRH responds to NICE’s consultation on the scope of the new Termination of Pregnancy guidelines.
FSRH feedback to Public Health England’s Draft Reproductive Health Consensus Statement
FSRH response to Department of Communities and Local Government's consultation on the design of the 100% business rates retention system
The consultation “100% Business Rates Retention - Further consultation on the design of the reformed system” has been launched by the Department of Communities and Local Government and seeks views on the design of the new system for local government to retain all taxes raised locally. FSRH highlights, in this response, that funding public health through retained business rates risks compounding health inequalities, negatively impacting on the success of well-established public health strategies.
FSRH response to the GMC consultation on developing the UK Medical Register - October 2016
Consultation Document produced by the GMC to garner public opinion on their proposed standards for curricula and regulated credentials
FSRH Response to GMC consultation on postgraduate curricula and regulated credentials - October 2016
FSRH responds to the call for evidence on the long term sustainability of the NHS - September 2016
FSRH response to NHS England Clinical Commissioning Proposal for Pre-exposure prophylaxis - September 2016
FSRH welcomes Health Education England’s consultation on the proposed nursing support role, the ‘Nursing Associate’. We believe that this new, middle tier role will enhance patient care and public confidence in nursing. The role represents an opportunity to grow and diversify the current nursing profession – providing an alternative route into nursing, whilst also supporting the delivery of fundamental, basic care.