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New consultation on amendment to rules relating to lapse of registration and restoration to the register

UKPHR have today published a consultation seeking views on an amendment to the rules relating to lapse of registration and restoration to the register. You can provide your views via… Read more →

FPH & UKPHR’s united belief in a registered public health practitioner workforce

John Middleton, President of the UK Faculty of Public Health and Patrick Saunders, Chair of the UK Public Health Register have published a joint letter to all UK Directors of Public… Read more →

New consultation on amendments to practitioner CPD requirements

We have today begun a consultation to seek views on an amended CPD requirement for practitioners. The consultation closes at 10am on Thursday 15th June 2017. To read further on… Read more →

New blog: Defined Specialist Portfolio Route: The lonely path to registration

Click here to read out latest guest blog, ‘Defined Specialist Portfolio Route: The lonely path to registration’ by Alix Sheppard, practitioner scheme coordinator for the East of England and FPH… Read more →

UKPHR publishes its guidance on revalidation

UKPHR’s Board approved a scheme for revalidation in February, the scheme was published in March and now UKPHR is also publishing guidance about its revalidation scheme. The guidance is intended… Read more →

Terms of reference for UKPHR practitioner registration task & finish group

To view the terms of reference for UKPHR’s practitioner registration task and finish group, please click here.

UKPHR’s rule and guidance on language control

From 1st April 2017 UKPHR introduced a new rule requiring all future applicants for registration to demonstrate an ability to communicate in English. Modelled on the General Medical Council’s legislation… Read more →

New Registrar for UK Public Health Register

UKPHR is pleased to announce that its new Registrar with effect from April 2017 is Professor Zafar Iqbal. He succeeds Professor Anne McMillan as UKPHR’s Registrar. Professor Iqbal is the… Read more →

David Kidney returns to his old title of Chief Executive

April 2017 saw the restoration of David Kidney’s old job title of Chief Executive. He voluntarily gave up this job title in 2013 when the register became smaller and relocated… Read more →

Consultation starts on new route to Register for specialists

UKPHR is today starting a consultation on its proposal for a new route to registration for public health specialists. The proposed new route represents a significant step forward in UKPHR’s… Read more →

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