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Measurements to improve the regulation and governance of healthcare professionals, providing greater reassurances for the public and professionals, were today set out in two reports published today by the Department of Health.
The Tackling Concerns Nationally and Tackling Concerns Locally reports are part of the wider Government reforms on professional regulation to raise professional standards and ensure patient safety. These two reports are the result of external working groups taking forward the implementation of the reforms announced in the White Paper - Trust, Assurance, Safety: the Regulation of Health Professionals in the 21st Century - over the last 18 months.