General Medical Council accepts advice on clinical misconduct, ethnic minority focus and error avoidance

The General Medical Council must fundamentally reform to regain the trust of the doctors it regulates and end their “toxic fear” of reprisals if they make mistakes, says a hard-hitting report.

The independent review report was in response to the uproar from doctors over the treatment of a trainee paediatrician, Hadiza Bawa-Garba, who was convicted by the courts of gross negligence manslaughter and given a suspended sentence.

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