Index for "5th edition, Chapter 18"
The appellate jurisdiction of the court is
helpfully summarised by Foskett J in the case of
Sheill v The General Medical Council
 EWHC 2967 (Admin)
at paras 12-15.
In the case of Raschid v General Medical
 1 WLR 1460
Laws LJ stressed that there
were two particular strands in the relevant
learning which needed to be taken into account. One
"It must be highly relevant in determining if
a doctor's fitness to practice is impaired that
first his or her conduct which led to the charge is
easily remediable, second that it has been remedied
Elias LJ has summarized the law concerning
fitness to practise as follows: -- (1) Misconduct
is of two principal kinds. First, it may involve
sufficiently serious misconduct in the exercise of
‘(I)t must behove a FTP Panel to consider
facts material to the practitioner's fitness to
practice looking forward and for that purpose to
take into account evidence as to his present skills
REMEDY UK LIMITED, R (ON THE APPLICATION OF)
v. GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL
 EWHC 1245 (ADMIN)
28TH MAY 2010 -- 1.
This case restates and clarifies (i) the role of
the Registrar in his function to r...
As to the meaning of misconduct and deficient
professional performance, Jackson J addressed some
aspects of these concepts in Calhaem v General
 EWHC 2606 (Admin)
;  LS Law ...
The following comments of Sales J in the case
of Yeong v General Medical Council
 EWHC 1923 (Admin)
helpfully clarify the
change in approach of the new legislation. -- ‘The
regime based on imp...