Many regulators require applicants to complete approved educational programs to be eligible for a license. But what happens for internationally educated applicants?
A deep dive into the similarities and differences between professional associations and regulatory bodies.
How can regulators respond to signs of mental illness that present themselves in the complaints process?
In Part 2 of our exploration of regulatory excellence, we look at the practical steps regulators can take to achieve excellence and how they can measure progress.
In what professions are continuing education credits required for re-licensure? What does the educational process look like? We look at this and more in this week’s blog post.
To explore the pros and cons of social media regulation, we conducted an internal exercise with Thentians. Here’s what they had to say.
In recent years, a commitment to regulatory excellence has become a commonly found priority embedded in the mission or vision statements of regulators. But what exactly defines regulatory excellence?
Since the explosion of Myspace (and later Facebook) in the early 21st century, social media has shaped, informed, and influenced…
Get a better idea of how Right-touch regulation is used in practice from two regulators who use it to craft better regulation.
When we head to the shopping mall or (increasingly) shop online, buy our clothes, and get dressed every morning, most…