Fish v The General Medical Council  EWHC 1269 (Admin)
Healthcare - Fitness to Practice - Dishonesty - Evidence
There was insufficient evidence for the General Medical Council's Fitness to Practice Panel to find allegations of dishonesty proven.
14 May 2012
(1) The Appellant, a consultant anaesthetist, challenged the finding of the General Medical Council's Fitness to Practice Panel (hereinafter ‘the FTP panel'), which upheld an allegation of dishonesty and imposed the sanction of suspension from the Medical Register for 12 months.
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