HCPC drops case against our client

HCPC drops case against our client

In a fitness to practise case that has been ongoing for a number of years, the HCPC eventually dropped the case against our client. In this case, the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) decided to proceed with the fitness to practise case against our client,...
HCPC drops case against our client

Insight, Remediation and Sanctions

Key points Regulator’s guidance must not be “slavishly” followed and that regulatory decisions must be made based on the individual merits of the case and taking into account all the relevant matters. Taking into account all the relevant matters and information, the...
HCPC drops case against our client

Radiographer cleared of all wrong doing

Our client, a Radiographer, has been cleared by a HCPC tribunal of all wrong doing in a scathing judgement of the Trust and witnesses involved. PT contacted us in June 2020 dissatisfied with his representation to date. He had been advised to make admissions. The case...
HCPC drops case against our client

Criminal Convictions, Cautions & Fitness to Practise

Any criminal conviction will be viewed as proven in a fitness to practise case, and attempts at denial could be interpreted as lack insight. An Overview of Criminal Convictions Fitness to Practise In fitness to practise proceedings, criminal convictions (or formal...