||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 326 (Oct)
Kennedy LJ and Pitchers J
||Lynn Driscoll (instructed by Nurses Welfare Service) for the appellant.
||Robert Lawson (instructed by Penningtons) for the respondent.
||22 October 2002
Medicine - Nurses, midwives and health visitors - Professional conduct - Fitness to practice - Mental condition - Health Committee suspending nurse from register indefinitely - Adequacy of reasons - Fairness of proceedings.
The Health Committee of the UK Council for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting had been entitled to conclude that an appellant had been unfit to practice as a nurse and had not failed to provide sufficient reasons for its decision.
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