Public Consultation on Election of Members to the Physiotherapists Registration Board Bye-Law 2020
The Physiotherapists Registration Board has opened a public consultation on a draft bye-law governing the election of members for appointment to the Physiotherapists Registration Board.
The Physiotherapists Registration Board is responsible for protecting the public by promoting high standards of professional conduct, education, training and competence through the statutory registration of physiotherapists and physical therapists.
Details of Bye-Law
The Board is required by the Health and Social Care Professionals Act 2005 (as amended) to make a bye-law to set out the conduct of elections for the appointment of members to the Board.
The draft bye-law sets out:
- The form of elections and voting system
- Role of the Returning Officer
- The nominations procedure and categories of candidates
- Ballot papers
- The counting of votes
- Declaration of result
To read the text of the bye-law, please click on the link below:
How to submit your views
- By completing the online consultation feedback form
- By emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- In writing to: Public Consultation, CORU, Infinity Building, George's Court, George's Lane, Smithfield, Dublin 7, D07 E98Y
A report outlining the consultation process will be published on www.coru.ie following consideration of all submissions.
The consultation process will close at 5pm on Thursday 26 March 2020. Submissions received after this date and time will not be considered.
Data Protection and Freedom of Information
Please note that submissions made to CORU during our public consultations are subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2014.The information provided to CORU consultations will be stored in a secure and confidential manner by CORU and will only be used for the purposes outlined. It will be deleted in line with our record retention policy. After each public consultation CORU publishes a consultation report on this website that contains a summary of comments received, CORU’s response to those, and lists the individual names or organisations that have given their feedback, where those have been provided.