The public health practitioner registration scheme was established to ensure that public health practitioners meet and maintain quality assured standards of competence
The east midlands practitioner registration scheme was established in 2016, funded for one year and delivered in partnership with Public Health England East Midlands.
The purpose of the East Midlands scheme – one of several across the UK – was to ensure that public health practitioners meet and maintain quality assured standards of competence. In this way, such schemes meet the professional development needs of practitioners, provide assurance of public protection, and recognition of achievement.
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