The comparative analysis focuses on the three key elements and associated metrics of governance, discipline and education.
While legislation is not always specific in the provisions it affords, it frequently infers the regulatory body’s power. Legislation may give a regulatory body broad powers to implement any procedures, processes or functions needed to meet the requirements of the legislation. This study did not collect evidence about the organizational policies and procedures of a regulatory body.
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• Information on the contact information sheets and legislation may have been changed since it was accepted
• In some jurisdictions there may well be other additional relevant legislation and/or guidance which informs practice
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