Schodlok v General Medical Council

Medical practitioner – Professional conduct committee. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in allowing the appellant doctor's appeal, held that the Fitness to Practise Panel of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service had been wrong to have taken into account the proven incidents of non-serious misconduct in determining whether her fitness to practise had been impaired and had been wrong to have found each of the four instances of serious misconduct proved. Therefore, it had been wrong to have found that the appellant's fitness to practise had been impaired and the sanction of conditional registration would be quashed.

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