PSA reports overall improvements in our performance
The PSA performance review 2014-2015 reports that we have made improvements in key areas
The Professional Standards Authority for health and social care (PSA) performance review report praises important pieces of work we did in 2014/2015, including the revised Code, tackling concerns about midwifery practice in Guernsey and meeting our target to conclude fitness to practise hearings more quickly.
Chief Executive and Registrar Jackie Smith welcomed the report:
“I am delighted that the PSA’s annual performance review recognises the improvements we have made and the good practice we have demonstrated in 2014-2015. We have met several more standards than last year, which is a considerable achievement.
“Although the report highlights good progress, we know there is still plenty to do and we are not complacent about that. Getting better in the interests of public protection and the professions is our ambition which we are committed to.
“We are in the best place we’ve ever been. Without the continued hard work and dedication of NMC staff we would not be able to make the consistent improvements reported by the PSA.”
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