formal exclusion

formal exclusion

The official exclusion (“suspension”) of a doctor or other health professional from an NHS workplace which is justified—per the National Clinical Assessment Service (NCAS)—where there is a need to protect patient or staff interests pending the full investigation of:
• Allegations of misconduct;
• Concerns about serious dysfunction in the operation of clinical services;
• Concerns about lack of capability or poor performance; or
• Where the practitioner’s presence is likely to hinder ongoing investigations.

Requirements of Formal Exclusion
• A preliminary report has been prepared by the Case Investigator, which confirms there is misconduct/capability concern or further investigation is warranted;
• The Case Manager, if possible, provisionally assesses whether there is a case to answer;
• A meeting has been held with the practitioner in accordance with paragraph 7.4; and
• The NCAS has been consulted.
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She argues that the existence of educated women forced society to confront the question of how Americans could continue to justify women's formal exclusion from politics and other male-dominated spheres.
The advice of the former director of children's services at Gateshead Council was given in a report in which she welcomed the falling number of exclusions in English schools but called for more research into "illegal practices" where schools send children home but the exit is not recorded as a formal exclusion.
But she called for more research into "illegal practices" where schools send children home but the child's exit is not recorded as a formal exclusion.
Strasser shows how Ignatius of Loyola's "crisis in his soldierly and chivalric masculinity" (52) led to a new model of clerical manhood: an uncompromising emphasis on purity, a form of spiritual cooperation among men, an integration of masculine and feminine elements into an action-oriented mysticism, the exchange of the dagger for the pilgrim's staff to become a soldier of Christ, and the formal exclusion of women from the order (which, she argues, actually enabled greater ministry to women).
But there was a price to pay: not only the formal exclusion of questions of church unity, but the actual exclusion of Protestant mission work in South America and the division of the world conceptually into "Christian lands" (largely European) and "the mission field" (all the rest).
One element that makes the US so attractive is the apparent absence of formal exclusion for social advancement, and Barack Obama seems to be the epitome of such a rise.
Instead of formal exclusion, black inequality was the product of a set of screens that sorted black Americans into less attractive schools, neighborhoods, and jobs.
At this point we only have one customer that has a signed formal exclusion for part of their product line to retain lead based solder," said Leo Reynolds, Vice Chairman.
She finds that despite their formal exclusion from the WTO decision-making arena, they nevertheless wield influence at the agenda-setting stage through publicizing neglected issues, persuading other actors to support their positions, boosting the resources of developing member states, and highlighting normative rationales for policy positions.
Sandra also gives support to parents if their child is going through the formal exclusion process at school.
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