conditional registration

conditional registration

A so-called transitional arrangement, which the UK’s General Medical Council (GMC) may impose on a doctor for up to 3 years under:
(1) The GMC's Preliminary Proceedings Committee and Professional Conduct Committee (Procedure) Rules 1988, for the finding of serious professional misconduct;
(2) The GMC's (Professional Performance) Rules 1997, for the finding of serious deficient performance; or
(3) The GMC's Health Committee (Procedure) Rules Order of Council 1987–97, for the finding that a doctor's fitness to practise is seriously impaired by reason of his or her physical or mental condition.
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The Committee ordered that the member is eligible to apply for a conditional registration once imposed conditions have been met.
But the panel, meeting in Cardiff yesterday, handed her a conditional registration order, meaning that although she has to compile reports on her professional relationship with head teachers every half-term for five terms, she has not been barred from the profession.
OTC QB: ABHD) ("AbTech" or the "Company"), a full-service environmental technologies and engineering firm dedicated to providing innovative solutions to communities, industry and governments addressing issues of water pollution and contamination, today announced that it has received notice from the EPA that the conditional registration for its Smart Sponge Plus products is no longer subject to a time limitation.
In September last year the General Teaching Council for Wales imposed a conditional registration order on Darren Scott after finding the newly qualified supply teacher at Ysgol Aberconwy had sent the texts to a girl pupil and acted unprofessionally.
Falsely cancelling 30 computer records, relating to his prescribing to Ms X, thereby repeatedly acting in a manner designed to deceive, over a period of three years, throughout which he was the subject of conditional registration and was appearing before GMC committees.
Michael Harris, a 50-something, found himself the recipient of a five-year conditional registration order, which means he must notify future employers that he's been found to be a naughty lad.
But instead of a classroom ban, the disciplinary hearing ruled she could return to school on a three year conditional registration - because she had now beaten her drug addiction.
Bertola, who was head of IT at the school, was given a two-year conditional registration.
Dr Brown, who resigned from the practice in June 2012, is currently subject to conditional registration, which restricts him to conducting telephone triage consultations for Swansea Out of Hours Service or the city's Singleton Hospital.
The medic was suspended for just four months in March r 2010, then alloweo d to return to work under a raftr of conditions and has been subject to conditional registration r everv since.
EPA should move swiftly to close the loophole and revoke the conditional registration of clothianidin," said Heather Pilatic, co-director of Pesticide Action Network and a co-petitioner.
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