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Health and Social Care Act 2008

Section 107: Duty to inform the public

328.Section 107 requires that the OHPA publish certain information about itself and the way it carries out its functions. This includes information about the decisions of its fitness to practise panels. The OHPA may withhold from publication confidential information about a person’s health, and other information specified in rules. It is not required, or authorised, to publish information if publication is prohibited by any enactment or would be a contempt of court.

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