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NMC Defence Barrister
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GMC Defence Barrister
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GPhC Defence Barrister
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GDC Defence Barrister
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Recent Blog & Publications
The leaders of nine healthcare regulators have signed a joint statement to stress the benefits of good reflection among healthcare professionals.
The process for when and how to appeal the decision is set out in article 40 of the Pharmacy Order 2010 and in the GPhC (Appeal Committee Rules) Order of Council 2010.
The Pharmacy Order 2010 sets out the processes that the General Pharmaceutical Council must follow in determining an application to join the register.
In order to practise in Great Britain, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians must be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).
Doctors being investigated after the death of a patient should expect official investigations to take into account their working environments and pressures - “Independent review of gross negligence manslaughter and culpable homicide in medical practice”
When a doctor’s fitness to practise is called in to question, the GMC has a legal obligation to investigate the complaint to establish if the doctor’s fitness to practise may be impaired.