Kings View successfully obtain revocation of NMC Interim Conditions of Practice for a nurse facing allegations about her behaviour during COVID.
MPTS conclude there was no case to answer for a doctor facing 30 allegations of dishonesty.
In this case, Dr S accepted a police caution and delayed notifying the GMC. Dr S admitted these allegations before the MPT.
This case involves 2 separate referrals made to the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) by different employers for related matters. The nurse, GG, was at risk of an Interim Order of Suspension that put his new employment in jeopardy.This case involves 2 separate...
Reflection is important for any healthcare professional to gain insight into the circumstances that led to things going wrong and from this to demonstrate remediation.
Kings View pursued Social Work England Case Examiners to close investigation involving case involving comments made by a judge.
A NMC fitness to practise panel has thrown out all the NMC’s allegations of dishonest conduct made against our client.
Kings View persuaded NMC not to open an investigation in a case involving a nurse who signed as a checker when they had not personally witnessed the care.
Kings View Chambers have recently achieved case closed for HCPC clients facing fitness to practise investigations.
Kings View Chambers continues to achieve successful outcomes for nurses facing NMC fitness to practise investigations and hearings.
SC contacted Kings View to assist with his GMC case after making the decision he was not content with his indemnity cover.
Kings View won fitness to practise case for medical student who was refused exam entry and access to results by well-known London medical college.