Kings View successfully obtain revocation of NMC Interim Conditions of Practice for a nurse facing allegations about her behaviour during COVID.
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 referrals made to the NMC by employers & the nurse risked an Interim Order of Suspension.
Reflection is to gain insight into the circumstances that led to things going wrong, and from this to demonstrate remediation.
Reflection is important to gain insight into the circumstances that led to things going wrong, and from this to demonstrate remediation.
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.
Healthcare professionals have a duty to treat information about service users as confidential, and failure may result in impaired fitness to practise.
In this case, the High Court refused an application to extend the time for an appeal, restating the correct legal analysis.
A NMC fitness to practise panel has thrown out all the NMC’s allegations of dishonest conduct made against our client.
If you have been struck off, you can apply for restoration. The process is complicated and evidence has shown legal representation is key to success.
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 continues to achieve successful outcomes for nurses facing NMC fitness to practise investigations and hearings.
Support from your employer will be limited, but there is clear evidence that legal representation can make a positive difference to the outcome of your case.
Research concludes health & care professionals without legal representation face more serious outcomes during fitness to practise proceedings.
Kings View Chambers succeed in revocation of NMC Conditions of Practice Order.
Kings View represented a nurse, FA, who was facing a fitness to practise investigation. With Kings View’s assistance, NMC Case Examiners find no case to answer.
Kings View Chambers were successful at NMC Case Examiners stage in securing no case to answer for this nurse.
The NMC are moving away from using ‘remediation’ to ‘strengthening practice’, a more “positive and accessible terminology” to “better encourage” professionals to engage early on with their fitness to practise process. What is ‘strengthening practice’ that...
The case of Melanie Hayes has attracted public interest. We look at the case & how the outcome will impact NMC fitness to practise decisions in the future.
Kings View successfully overturned a nurse’s striking off order using an NMC internal mechanism for review. This is thought to be the first application in many years.
Kings View persuaded a NMC fitness to practise panel to impose the least serious sanction in a case relating to issue of drug administration and dishonesty.
When you receive correspondence from your regulatory body the temptation can often be to panic which can lead to rash actions and decisions.
We look at the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (NMC) “top priorities” for improvements to its fitness to practise investigations and processes.
Context is a key consideration in fitness to practise investigations. In this article, we will look at contextual factors the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) considers important.
You need to apply for restoration if you have been removed or struck off by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has developed eight new commitments it will apply when investigating and dealing with fitness to practise concerns.
An important consultation to overhaul fitness to practise has been launched by the Department of Health and Social Care.
The NMC makes clear that remediation is central to deciding whether a nurse, midwife or nursing associate’s fitness to practise is impaired.
Fitness to practise includes health – both physical and mental. What should be considered and when is a fitness to practise referral appropriate?
An overview of the NMC’s updated guidance on the role of midwives including scope, standards & fitness to practise.