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Ireland case note: General Medical Council v Dr Bawa-Garba Published 12 febrero 2018 On 25 January 2018 the High Court in England and Wales delivered a judgment in an appeal brought by the General Medical Council (the "GMC") in the UK against the decision Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was struck off the medical register in January 2018 after being convicted of manslaughter over the death of a young boy called Jack Adcock Although she was initially suspended for one year only the General Medical Council (GMC) appealed against this decision earlier this year which resulted in her permanent erasure

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AoMRC statement AoMRC GMC v Bawa-Garba It would be inappropriate for the Academy to comment on the specifics of the tragic case of the death of a child that led to today's High Court ruling where Dr Bawa-Garba was erased from the medical register Bawa-Garba was erased from the medical register

2018/2/6The Muslim Doctors Association (MDA) have issued a joint statement questioning how the case of Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was handled by the General Medical Council (GMC) The following statement was issued on the MDA website on Monday 29 January 2018

Following the GMC's decision and the accompanying fallout from this case junior doctors and consultants throughout the NHS joined together to express their support for Dr Bawa-Garba Thousands signed a public petition and letter of support and donated over 360 000 to crowdfund an appeal against the GMC ruling that Dr Bawa-Garba be struck off

15 Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba (GMC number 6080659) is a doctor registered with the GMC having gained her full registration on 4 August 2004 16 On 18 February 2011 a six-year-old patient died while being treated at the Leicester Royal Infirmary Dr Bawa17

summary of the facts provided by Sir Brian Leveson P in Dr Bawa-Garba's unsuccessful appeal against her conviction (Hadiza Bawa-Garba v R [2016] EWCA Crim 1841): 3 Dr Bawa-Garba is a junior doctor specialising in paediatrics In February 2011 she had

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Both Dr Bawa-Garba and a nurse at the hospital were convicted of gross negligence manslaughter with both receiving suspended custodial sentences In reaching their decision to suspend rather than erase the MPT had relied heavily on systemic failings at the hospital and on the shortcomings of other clinicians as mitigating Dr Bawa-Garba's personal responsibility

High Court ruling on GMC v Bawa-Garba 26th January 2018 It would be inappropriate for the Academy to comment on the specifics of the tragic case of the death of a child that led to yesterdays High Court ruling where Dr Bawa-Garba was erased from the medical register

In Bawa Garba's case along with other 'defendants' in GMC hearings there exists a significant blatantly racist element fanned by media presenting serious issues as 'entertainment' It all becomes impossible when the GMC complainants are predominantly male pale and stale

The Hamilton review commissioned by the General Medical Council following a media storm when the GMC appealed the MPTS decision resulting in Dr Bawa-Garba beng struck off has acknowledged that this led to a breakdown in relationships between the GMC

Both Dr Bawa-Garba and a nurse at the hospital were convicted of gross negligence manslaughter with both receiving suspended custodial sentences In reaching their decision to suspend rather than erase the MPT had relied heavily on systemic failings at the hospital and on the shortcomings of other clinicians as mitigating Dr Bawa-Garba's personal responsibility

The Tribunal was entitled to take into account consistently with Bijl v General Medical Council [2001] UKPC 42 [2002] Lloyd's Rep Med 60 at [13] that an important factor weighing in favour of Dr Bawa-Garba is that she is a competent and useful doctor who

PDA statement to the Williams review on the case of Dr Bawa-Garba and the disclosure of reflective accounts Following the recent conviction and striking off of Dr Bawa-Garba the government asked Professor Sir Norman Williams to conduct a rapid policy review into the issues relating to gross negligence manslaughter in healthcare

The GMC rejected this decision and took the MPTS to the High Court and in January 2018 won its appeal which argued that Dr Bawa-Garba should be struck off from the medical register Dr Bawa-Garba then appealed the High Court ruling and on 13 August 2018 the Court of Appeal ruled in Dr Bawa-Garba

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Dr Bawa-Garba's defence body releases a statement saying e-portfolio reflections were not used against her in court despite 'wide misreporting' that they were But Pulse uncovers that her reflections were used in court from a document submitted as evidence by the on-call consultant on the day

2018/2/5Jack Adcock a 6-year-old child was admitted to Leicester Royal Infirmary (LRI) on 18 February 2011 He died later that day in part because of failings in his treatment Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba the junior doctor who treated him (under the supervision of duty consultant Dr Stephen O' Riordan) and a nurse Isabel Amaro were subsequently found guilty of manslaughter on the grounds

AoMRC statement AoMRC GMC v Bawa-Garba It would be inappropriate for the Academy to comment on the specifics of the tragic case of the death of a child that led to today's High Court ruling where Dr Bawa-Garba was erased from the medical register Bawa-Garba was erased from the medical register

The GMC has called for doctors' reflective statements to be legally privileged following the case of Hadiza Bawa-Garba (centre) Reflective statements prepared by doctors as part of their learning and development process should be legally protected so that courts cannot demand to see them the General Medical Council (GMC) has said

The recent case of Dr Bawa-Garba and the tragic death of Jack Adcock have received much media coverage in the last few days We wholeheartedly sympathise and regret the tragic death of Jack Adcock and recognise the paramount need for justice and prevention of further such tragedies

AoMRC statement AoMRC GMC v Bawa-Garba It would be inappropriate for the Academy to comment on the specifics of the tragic case of the death of a child that led to today's High Court ruling where Dr Bawa-Garba was erased from the medical register Bawa-Garba was erased from the medical register

The GMC on appealing the decision the High Court submitted that the Tribunal had allowed evidence of the systematic failings to undermine Dr Bawa-Garba's personal culpability The GMC also submitted that the remediation and personal mitigation were of too limited weight to satisfy the requirements of the public interest in upholding confidence in the profession