Sharma v General Medical Council

Medical practitioner – Professional conduct committee. The Fitness to Practise Panel (the panel) of the respondent General Medical Council found the appellant doctor guilty of misconduct, that his fitness to practise was impaired and suspended him for 12 months. The appellant appealed. The Administrative Court held that the panel had erred in finding that the appellant had dishonestly failed to inform his employers of a warning, as he had had no obligation to do so. However, the decision to suspend the appellant had not been rendered wrong by that erroneous finding.

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