Professional misconduct: Dishonest doctor struck off Medical Register
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Patel v General Medical Council  IRLR 316 PC (0 other reports)
- In Patel v General Medical Council  IRLR 316, the Privy Council holds that the Professional Conduct Committee was correct to direct that a doctor, who had been convicted on eight counts of dishonestly furnishing false information contrary to the Theft Act 1968, should have his name erased from the Medical Register.
- A finding of dishonesty lies at the top end in the spectrum of gravity of misconduct for all professional persons, including doctors.