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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At an FTP fitness to practise hearing in September, chair of the committee, Ian Crookall, said: "Given the serious nature and extent of these offences, the committee was of the view that it is manifestly apparent that the public and children, in particular, require protection from the registrant now and in the future.
A Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) fitness to practise hearing was told Abigail James feared the child of a young mentally-ill woman under her care would lose contact with its mother.
However a fitness to practise hearing was told she began secretly accessing his medical records on various occasions.
An Education Workforce Council fitness to practise hearing found both Daniels and Thomas, who was known as Bethan Bale at the time, to have committed unprofessional conduct.
A spokesperson said: "A date for a fitness to practise hearing will be set in due course.
A TEACHER fired after allegedly telling a pupil they were on his "s*** list" faced a fitness to practise hearing yesterday.
A fitness to practise hearing in April found a host of allegations against Benedict Doree proven but a Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) panel has decided to caution him instead of suspending him.
The woman told the fitness to practise hearing in Manchester she felt he had "pushed it too far" and complained to the General Medical Council (GMC).
A Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) fitness to practise hearing heard how the Facebook-loving grandmother allowed a frail nun to be given the wrong medication for at least a week and trawled the internet for embarrassing stories about the Sisters - who she said were "bonkers" and a "pain in the a***" to staff.
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.