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Case studies

This section provides case studies based on real life fitness to practise concerns we have received. They illustrate the type of issues that are taken into consideration by a panel when deciding if a registrant’s fitness to practise is impaired and if so, which sanction is appropriate.


UK

linkCase study 1

An operating department practitioner’s fitness to practise was found to be impaired however no further action was taken.

UK

linkCase study 2

A social worker made subject to a Conditions of Practice Order as her fitness to practise was found to be impaired by reason of misconduct.

UK

linkCase study 3

An occupational therapist suspended from the Register as her fitness to practise was found to be impaired by reason of her misconduct.

UK

linkCase study 4

A radiographer received a three year caution order as his fitness to practise was found to be impaired by reason of a determination made by another regulator responsible for health and social care.

UK

linkCase study 5

A hearing aid dispenser suspended from the Register as his fitness to practise was found to be impaired by reason of his misconduct.

UK

linkCase study 6

A biomedical scientist made subject to a Conditions of Practice Order as his fitness to practise was found to be impaired by reason of his lack of competence.

UK

linkCase study 7

No further action taken against a speech and language therapist as her fitness to practise was not found to be currently impaired.

UK

linkCase study 8

An operating department practitioner suspended from the Register as his fitness to practise was found to be impaired by reason of a police caution.



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