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Clinical scientists oversee tests for diagnosing and monitoring disease. They advise on interpretation of data and carry out research into disease.
- Clinical Scientists
The modalities are as follows:
- Clinical Biochemistry
- Clinical Genetics
- Clinical Immunology
- Clinical Microbiology
- Clinical Physiology
- Histocompatibility and
Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering Association of Clinical Scientists
The Association’s primary role is to assess trainees as a preliminary to registration with the HCPC and to uphold and improve standards
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HCPC Defence Barristers have appeared before many tribunals and courts including Health and Care Professions Council, as well as at other bodies including the General Medical Council, Nursing and Midwifery Council, General Dental Council and General Chiropractors Council.
We have acted in defence of numerous of health and care professionals, representing our clients before disciplinary and regulatory tribunals over a whole spectrum of issues including; lack of competence, misconduct, negligence and issues of fitness to practice relating to conduct and competence and ill health. We have successfully represented all levels of clinicians from all areas of health and care professionals including paramedics, physiotherapists, speech therapists, social workers, chiropractors as well as doctors, nurses, midwives and dentists,.
We provide specialist legal advice on how to respond to complaints, registration, fitness to practice, misconduct and impairment issues, restoration to the Register, interim hearings, preparation for hearings and bundle preparation, preparation for mitigation, and appeals. We can represent you all stages of the disciplinary and regulatory process and can appear before all tribunals and courts.