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Resources for further information and advice about raising and responding to concerns  

As an NHS employee, regardless of your level or role it is your professional duty to report any concerns you have about activities in your workplace which may put the safety of the people in our care or the public at risk and to respond any concern raised to you.

The below links provide further indormation about raising and responding to concerns: 

Your employer, professional regulator and union will all have information on how you can raise concerns and the support available to you in doing so. The below organisations also offer advice and information which you may find useful.

 Helplines Website Phone
 Public Concern at work  www.pcaw.org.uk  020 7404 6609
 NHS Whistleblowers helpline  www.wbhelpline.org.uk  08000 724 725
 GMC have an advice and reporting line  www.gmc-uk.org  0161 923 6399


Professional regulatory bodies  Website Phone
 General Dental Council  www.gdc-uk.org  020 7887 3800
 General Optical Council  www.optical.org  020 7580 3898
 General Pharmaceutical Council  www.pharmacyregulation.org  020 3365 3400
 Health Professions Council  www.hpc-uk.org  020 7582 0866
 Nursing and Midwifery Council  www.nmc-uk.org  020 7637 7181


Other regulatory and investigatory bodies  Website Phone
 Care Quality Commission www.cqc.org.uk 03000 616161
 Monitor www.monitor-nhsft.gov.uk  020 7340 2400
 National Patient Safety Agency  www.npsa.nhs.uk  020 7927 9500
 Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care  www.professionalstandards.org.uk  020 7389 8030
 British Medical Association  www.bma.org.uk  020 7387 4499
 Medical Defence Union Limited  www.themdu.com  0800 716 646
 Medical Protection Society  www.medicalprotection.org  0845 605 4000


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