Concerns about a UKPHR Registrant
UKPHR’s primary purpose is to improve practice and protect the public. Dealing with concerns is key to achieving this.
If you have concerns regarding a registrant for any reason, you can contact us and we will take action when a UKPHR registered public health professional’s ability, behaviour or health means it is not appropriate for them to continue working as a public health professional. We will look carefully at any allegation we receive. The action we can take may range from an advice letter to removing or restricting the public health professional’s UKPHR registration.
Please read the information below for further information and how to contact us.
This guidance explains what we need to know if you have a concern and what happens next. The Fitness to Practice rules below explain what happens in more detail.
UKPHR’s fitness to practice rules shall apply whenever UKPHR receives information about the health, conduct or performance of a registrant including information provided by a registrant which raises concern about their fitness to practise. These set of rules apply to registrants even when they have relinquished their registration.