Graeme Keirstead and Barbara Holtry discuss the unique role that public members serve on regulatory boards and councils. They talk about why it's important to include public members and how their role differs from professional members. They offer ideas for ensuring diversity on boards and recruiting qualified members. They also discuss ways in which regulatory staff can assist public members in feeling prepared for their role and able to make an effective and needed contribution.
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Episode 39: CLEAR Investigative Excellence Award: Sharing Lessons Learned
Episode 38: Sanction Reference Points for Fairness and Defensibility
Episode 37: Regulatory Modernization - Challenges and Tips
Bonus Episode: Recognizing Unconscious Bias and Minimizing Its Impact
Episode 36: CLEAR's Board Addresses Unconscious Bias
Episode 34: Conflicts of Interest with Subject Matter Experts
Episode 33: State Regulatory Structures Report
Episode 32: CLEAR's Conference Goes Virtual!
Episode 31: Mobility and the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
Episode 30: The Board's Role in Reopening Regulated Services
Episode 29: Medical Marijuana and Licensure Issues
Episode 28: Research on Recidivism
Special Episode: COVID-19 Resources for Regulators
Episode 27: What Makes a Difference for Candidates Taking Computer-based Tests?
Episode 26: Alliance for Responsible Professional Licensing
Episode 25: What It Means to Be a Good Regulator
Episode 24: WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Workforce Regulation
Episode 23: Professional Regulation and the Next Generation
Episode 22: How Regulators Can Use Behavioral Science
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