Cornish v General Medical Council  EWHC 1196 (QB)
Healthcare- Sanction - Fitness to Practice - Misconduct
The court upheld the decision of the Fitness to Practice Panel of the General Medical Council that the Appellant's misconduct warranted the sanction of erasure from the medical register.
9 May 2012
(1) The Appellant, a consultant anaesthetist, appealed against a determination by the General Medical Council Fitness to Practise Panel (hereinafter ‘the FTP panel') that due to his misconduct and conviction for theft his name should be erased from the medical register. The Appellant also appealed against the panel's determination that he self-administered drugs within Yeovil District Hospital buildings.
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