www.hcpc-uk.org Review:

HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council | Regulating health, psychological and social work professionals - The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is an independent, UK-wide regulatory body responsible for setting and maintaining standards of professional training, performance and conduct of the 16 healthcare professions that it regulates

  • http://www.hcpc-uk.org/complaints/ HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council - Concerns - This section of the website deals with what happens when a concerns is made about a registrant (fitness to practise process) and contains details of our hearings
  • http://www.hcpc-uk.org/education/ HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council - Education - HCPC approves and monitors education programmes within the UK for the sixteen professions we regulate.
  • http://www.hcpc-uk.org/mediaandevents/ HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council - Media and Events - Media and Events - This section contains information on all aspects of our external communications
  • http://www.hcpc-uk.org/registrants/ HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council - Your registration - Registrants - This section of the site contains information for those health professionals currently registered with the HCPC.

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  • Amazon Customer - Great buy.

    We bought this exact cutter from Walmart late 2014 for about $30. After about 6/7 months it conked out. However, we just bought this exact cutter again from Amazon because it really does work well. We figured that at $30 (even plus tax and shipping) we're winning considering a haircut is $10 each and he needs one at least every week or two. Plus since he's used this cutter exclusively his skin is not irritated and he has less bumps.

  • droidmeister - HERO 3 Dead on Delivery

    This product is an expensive piece of junk. I was given a HERO 3 Silver as a christmas gift. I let it be known I wanted an "action" camera, but I didn't specify a brand. One of my kids apparently selected the GoPro. Had they done a quick product review (such as I have today) by searching on the internet, they would have found posts from hundreds of people complaining of the same problem I am experiencing. When I opened the package, there was an "in your face" notice that the camera needed a firmware upgrade. This notice was impossible to ignore. So I did it. Oops. The first indication something is wrong with this product came when the auto-detection feature failed during the upgrade process. The software on GoPro's web-site couldn't detect my camera automatically, so I had to follow the manual process. This isn't complicated - basically you unzip the update files to the root of your SD card while it's plugged into an SD slot on your computer, then you stick the SD card back in the camera, and turn the camera on - the camera detects the presence of a new version of the firmware on the SD card, and should begin to load it. Ha-ha! The jokes on us (the consumer). Actually, it usually does begin the upgrade process, problem is it almost never finishes. I had to try (literally) about 12 times because the first 11 times the camera would randomly freeze during the firmware upgrade at a stage anywhere from 5% to 95%. Each time it freezes, the only solution is to pull the battery out and start over. Eventually, after several days of trying, I finally got lucky and the update ran to completion. That was the good news - the bad news is the latest version of the firmware (HD3.02.00.95) has serious bugs in it, or there's a component within the camera itself (such as the firmware ROM) that is faulty. Hopefully it's the firmware, because in that case I'm assuming the techno-dweebs at GoPro are busy writing a debugged version which will be available tomorrow (or the day after, or the day after that). If it's a hardware component in the camera, then the only solution is to replace it. With version HD3.02.00.95 now loaded, all my camera does is freeze after shooting a couple of minutes of video, and it freezes every single time I try to connect the wifi remote or control it via the Android app. The thing simply doesn't work. I strongly recommend you look for an alternative product. If it were larger, I could use it as a paper-weight or a door-stop, but it's too small to be useful for those functions, and as a camera it's a pathetic joke. My advice to anyone who already owns one is to return it for a refund ASAP, because with a product like this, I have to believe GoPro will be out of business very shortly.

  • Kerry T. Givens - Tragically addictive

    This is my sixth or seventh Haribo bulk item purchased at Amazon, and so far, perhaps my favorite. The peaches and the cherry gummies would be a close second. I would hardly call the flavor anything like actual raspberries, but like most Haribo confections, it's still very fragrant and pleasant---not at all chemical/noxious/phony. The main problem with these raspberries is their small size and interesting chewy/crunchy texture tempts you to come back for more. Before you know it, you've finished the bag, ordered three more, and are seeing an endocrinologist regularly for acute pancreatic failure---basically the highest compliment you can pay to a confectionery company. Way to go, Haribo!

  • Srini G - I love this. I love the orange flavor

    I love this. I love the orange flavor. It's there, but not very assertive. and it's not very sweet either.

  • Theodore A. Chandler - Waste of money!

    I used it for more than a month. My toe fungus got worse and my toe appearance was awful after using it. For me, it was a waste of money and the company refused to refund my money since the 30 day guarantee expired. l was told that it would take at least 60 days of use to see any effect, so why only 30 days guarantee?