1. GMC – General Medical Council
2. NMC – Nursing and Midwifery Council
3. CQC – Care Quality Commission
4. HPC – Health professions council
5. HSE – health and Safety Executive
7. MHRA – Medicines and Healthcare products regulatory agency
8. GDC – General dental Council
9. NHS TDA – National health Service trust development agency
10. PHE – Public health England
11. NICE – National institute for clinical excellence
12. MRC – Medical Research council
13. NIHR – National Institute for Health Research
14. Professional standards agency
15. HTA – Human tissue Authority
16. HFEA – Human fertilisation and embryology authority
17. Health Watch England
What they are?
GMC, NMC, GDC and HPC are all regulatory bodies which over see professional staff such as Nurses, Doctors, Occupational therapists, physiotherapists, dentists and radiographers. All are individual regulatory bodies overseeing the professional standards of each profession.
PHE – Public Health England is a single public health service formed in 2013. PHE is responsible for making the public healthier through a range of programs and encouraging a healthy life it also has duty to protect the nation against public health emergencies. It shares info between health and government organisations to improve health at a national level. PHE also collect research, data and information to increase understanding of public health issues and develop new ways to combat it.
Monitor – The main regulator for health services in England, it makes sure that the health system works in the best interest of all service users and patients. They hold certain powers granted by parliament these include setting and enforcing a setting a frame work of rules for providers and commissioners. They work closely with CQC – care quality commission and monitor continues to monitor foundation trusts, mental health services and ambulance trusts to make sure they are running well to continue delivering care and quality expected.
HTA – Human Tissue authority regulates over 800 organisations that remove, store or use human tissue or organs for a variety of reasons such as treatment/transplantation, post-mortem examination, education and training, and display in public. It also gives approval for organ donation and bone marrow donation from living people.
Health Watch – A new independent health consumer champion that represents the views of the public and they operate on a local and national level – It is not a regulatory body as such like the care quality commission. They hold no direct powers to change practices of health and social care settings. They do hold responsibility to gather and hold evidence in service shortfalls locally and nationally and communicate with other regulatory bodies and government departments to make sure issues and shortfalls are dealt with accordingly.
Affects on HSC Settings
GMC, NMC, GDC and HPC are all regulatory bodies which over see professional staff such as Nurses, Doctors, Occupational therapists, physiotherapists, dentists and radiographers. These regulatory bodies relate and affect health and social care settings because they allow the health setting to make sure the dentist is registered and legally able to practice their profession and allows patients to feel safe that the profession is regulated and that they are suitably qualified.
PHE – Public…