Widely considered to be the leading legal representatives at health and social care tribunals, we have designed unique and practical courses focusing on impairment, reflection, insight, and remediation at highly competitive prices.
Insight Works Training
Kings View is widely considered to be the leading legal representatives at health and social care tribunals, rated excellent by its clients and with a proven track record of case success.
Building on its success as a leading professional discipline and regulatory law chambers, Kings View offer unique and practical courses focusing on impairment, reflection, insight, and remediation.
With over 30 years combined experience representing health and care registrants before all the major fitness to practise regulatory hearings and tribunals, we understand the direct correlation between cases where the registrant did not properly evidence reflection, insight, and remediation and those who received the more serious sanctions.
Insight Works Training has been developed specifically to address this. The courses are unique and practical focussing solely on taking health and care registrants through the process of impairment, reflection, insight and remediation, focussing on the area where nearly all professionals fall down – proving, evidencing, and demonstrating them.
Insight Works Training offers courses on:
- Impairment, reflection, insight, and remediation;
- Restoration for healthcare practitioners who are considering making an application for restoration back onto the register; and
- 1:1 mentoring programme specifically designed for those facing fitness to practise or restoration hearings.
The training will be delivered by both leading healthcare experts and legal experts in their field of defence, all with years of experience in mentoring and coaching.
Kings View Chambers secure no case to answer for doctor accused of dishonesty in relation to NHS prescriptions. Kings View Chambers secure no case to answer for doctor accused of dishonesty in relation to NHS prescriptions. In this case, GMC Case Examiners were...
MPTS conclude there was no case to answer for a doctor facing 30 allegations of dishonesty.Dr GVC instructed Kings View to represent her before the MPTS in her GMC fitness to practise case. In a very complex case, Dr GVC faced 30 allegations of dishonesty across 7...
Dr FPJ instructed Kings View to represent her in her GMC fitness to practise hearing before the MPTS. This was an unusual and complicated case as it was predicated on complaints made by an ex-employee in her private clinic who made 35 pages of allegations.Dr FPJ...
In this case, Dr S accepted a police caution and delayed notifying the GMC. Dr S admitted these allegations before the Medical Practitioner’s Tribunal (MPT).Dr S was represented by fitness to practise defence barrister Catherine Stock. Catherine successfully...
News and Articles
Kings View’s fitness to practise barrister Catherine has been invited to present a session on the topic of “Social Work England & Fitness to Practise”.
NMC Case Examiners close case for a nurse whose fitness to practise was called in to question.
A nurse who was removed from the NMC’s register has successfully applied for re-registration with the assistance of Kings View Chambers.