Category Archive: Members

Launch Event: National Commissioning Framework 19 July
  • 13
    Jul

Launch Event: National Commissioning Framework 19 July

The NHS is inviting leading experts from academia, the public and private sector, politics, the third sector and people living with hearing loss to discuss the current and future challenges posed by hearing loss. The launch of the National Commissioning...

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Action on Hearing Loss looking to recruit new Chair for their Board of Trustees
  • 8
    Jun

Action on Hearing Loss looking to recruit new Chair for their Board of Trustees

  Action on Hearing Loss is the UK’s largest charity working with and for people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus. The charity is looking to recruit a highly capable new Chairperson to help shape the future of...

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HCPC issues warning to registrants over bogus phone calls
  • 25
    May

HCPC issues warning to registrants over bogus phone calls

The HCPC has received reports that bogus callers, claiming to represent the HCPC, have been targeting registrants asking for personal information. It is important to note that the HCPC would never request personal information over the phone and registrants should...

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Registration Window for Hearing Aid Dispensers is Open (HCPC)
  • 17
    May

Registration Window for Hearing Aid Dispensers is Open (HCPC)

The window for hearing aid dispensers to register with regulator the HCPC is now open.  HADs have until 31 July to renew their registration with the HCPC. To successfully renew their registration with the HCPC, all HADS are required to...

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HCPC revised Standards of conduct, performance and ethics
  • 27
    Jan

HCPC revised Standards of conduct, performance and ethics

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) has published its revised Standards of conduct, performance and ethics. These are high level ethical standards which state in broad terms the behaviour expected of professionals regulated by the HCPC. A comprehensive review...

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BLOG: Moving Hearing Care into the Community
  • 24
    Dec

BLOG: Moving Hearing Care into the Community

The NHS must speed up the transition of hearing care to the community by freeing hospital audiology departments to innovate locally, says NCHA Director of Policy Harjit Sandhu. Chime is a social enterprise in Devon set up by a group...

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