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The Council regulates the health professions in the country in aspects pertaining to registration, education and training, professional conduct and ethical behaviour, ensuring continuing professional development, and fostering compliance with healthcare standards.

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MTB 2016 Newsletter
The HPCSA has the power to institute disciplinary proceedings regarding any complaint, charge or allegation of unprofessional conduct - this includes  allowing persons who are not registered and within scope of profession and practice to carry out professional procedures unlawfully. All individuals who practice any of the healthcare professions incorporated in the scope of the HPCSA are obliged by the Health Professions Act No 56 of 1974 to register with Council>>>read more
Medi Tech newsletter

To maintain, enhance and monitor standards of education and training, the guidelines for the evaluation of clinical facilities were revised. To build and expand capacity for the evaluation of laboratories, training sessions were co-ordinated and implemented in the diff erent regions »2014/2015 
MTB 2012 Newsletter
»December 2012