Fitness to Practise Hearing

Fitness to Practise Hearing

A formal meeting of a Fitness to Practise Panel appointed by the UK’s General Medical Council (GMC) to hear a case regarding a doctor's ability (fitness) to practise without any restriction on his/her GMC registration.
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An Education Workforce Council (EWC) fitness to practise hearing held in Cardiff heard the former teacher began texting a younger boy, pretending to be his former student, known as pupil A in proceedings, telling him not to tell anyone about their conversation or he could face being "locked up".
By Conor Kane A RACING vet is facing a fitness to practise hearing after pleading guilty to possessing unauthorised animal remedies, a court has been told.
The incident was witnessed by two other staff members who told a fitness to practise hearing held by the Education Workforce Council they reported the incident after feeling "shocked" by what they saw.
This matter was dealt with by the trust in accordance with appropriate policies and procedures and in full compliance with the subsequent fitness to practise hearing.
Ms Rose currently faces a Fitness to Practise hearing before the GOC.
Caroline Baker was removed from the Northern Ireland Social Care Council register at a fitness to practise hearing in Belfast.
Taylor, who was present at the fitness to practise hearing, admitted the misconduct charges.
Young teacher Stephen Lunn, who was later suspended and then resigned, didn't attend a Fitness to Practise hearing of the Education Workforce Council at Ewloe in Flintshire.
A TEACHER fired after allegedly telling a pupil they were on his "s*** list" faced a fitness to practise hearing yesterday.
Patient S complained to the General Medical Council and the private surgeon is now facing charges relating to defi-ciencies in his treatment of four women between 2004 and 2010 at a fitness to practise hearing in Manchester.
Professor James Richardson is facing a fitness to practise hearing after allegedly breaking guidelines by using surgical equipment he had modified, but which had not been tested.
Andrew Lumby, 40, also offered to "ravish" a female colleague and flicked her bra strap, a General Pharmaceutical Council (GPC) fitness to practise hearing was told.