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Guide

Back on track: a good practice guide

This publication sets out how our Practitioner Performance Advice approaches work with practitioners for whom further training is required to resolve concerns about their practice and/or behaviours. Please note: A lot of the content is out of date, particularly the descriptions of NHS and primary …

Guide

How to conduct a local performance investigation

This publication provides guidance for healthcare organisations about conducting local investigations into a practitioner’s performance or conduct. Please note: A lot of the content is out of date and there is no reference to the Responsible Officer role.  However, we are making this available (until …

Factsheet

Surgeons who are the subject of our cases

In March 2021, the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) published An independent review on diversity and inclusion for the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Much of the report looks at diversity in relation to the structure of the RCS but it also explores issues …

Factsheet

Practitioner Performance Advice Casework during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Practitioner Performance Advice is a service delivered by NHS Resolution under the common purpose, to provide expertise to the NHS on understanding, managing and resolving concerns fairly, share learning for improvement and preserve resources for patient care. Practitioner Performance Advice provide a range of core …

Insight report

Research into concerns raised by healthcare organisations about practitioners

Practitioner Performance Advice will be launching a new and important programme to share research and insights drawn from our work to support healthcare organisations in better understanding, managing and resolving concerns about doctors, dentists or pharmacists.   Our initial work on this programme is already …

Insight report

Bullying and harassment reported in our advice cases: an overview

It is a sad fact that bullying and harassment are reported to be prevalent issues within the health and social care sector. The 2019 NHS staff survey showed that 19% of staff have experienced bullying or harassment in the last year from colleagues. According to …

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