Dr David Mackereth, who will take his case to an employment tribunal today, said using transgender pronouns was against his Christian beliefs. A doctor is taking the Government to an employment tribunal claiming he was sacked from his role for refusing to call transgender patients by their chosen sex. The year-old, who has been a doctor for around 27 years in the NHS, says he was told he could not be employed as a Department for Work and Pensions DWP disability assessor.
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The Medical Board of Australia applied to pursue disciplinary proceedings against James Ayodele Ogundipe in the State Administrative Tribunal last month, alleging he had displayed professional misconduct. The SAT handed down its finding late last month. Credit: Nic Walker.
Voice assistants are growing in popularity, but the technology has been experiencing a parallel rise in concerns about privacy and accuracy. This week, The Guardian reported that contractors who review Siri recordings for accuracy and to help make improvements may be hearing personal conversations. One of the contract workers told The Guardian that Siri did sometimes record audio after mistaken activations.
They accounted for 23 of 38 proven sexual misconduct cases in the last three years - with allegations including rape and sexual assault. The figures - obtained by the Mail on Sunday - were revealed after NHS chiefs introduced targets to reduce the number of black and ethnic minority staff being hauled before disciplinary hearings. NHS chief people officer Prerana Issar siad in a report: "It is not acceptable that if you come from some backgrounds, you are more likely to enter the formal disciplinary process, stay in it longer and have more career-limiting outcomes.
Photo: RF. The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal also censured the doctor, Deane Drew, yesterday after he pleaded guilty to professional misconduct. He may apply for re-registration, but if he does, he will have to undertake a sexual misconduct assessment test at his own cost.
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Sharif Fattah, 62, assaulted women who had presented with symptoms including rashes, coughs, bites, back and pelvic pain and vitamin deficiencies at the clinic during The doctor, who was a general practitioner in New Zealand for 20 years, denied 30 charges of sexual or indecent assault. He gave evidence in the NSW District Court that the allegations were incorrect, untrue and "absolutely wrong". Fattah was accused of performing medically unnecessary examinations on the women for his own sexual gratification but argued at trial each had a "proper medical purpose".
A married Melbourne doctor has been found guilty of professional misconduct and suspended for three months for having an intimate relationship with a patient. Dr Shaun Rathnayake was reprimanded by a tribunal for crossing professional boundaries when he began a relationship with a female patient. The woman, referred to as Ms X, consulted the married father at the medical centre where he practised seven times between August and October,the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal heard.