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August 01, 2014

BOLAND: NURSE FREE TO RETURN TO WORK AFTER 'SLAG' TAUNTS

SOUTHEND A nurse who repeatedly harassed a colleague by calling her a slag in front of staff for a laugh is free to return to work. Michael Boland persistently humiliated the woman as part of 'a culture of banter' that existed at the Spire Wellesley Hospital, Southend, Essex. Boland subjected the colleague to two months of abuse that started almost immediately after she joined the hospital in March 2012. The senior nurse was found guilty of calling his colleague a 'slag', but escaped punishment after issuing a groveling apology to a Nursing and Midwifery Council misconduct hearing.
  July 30, 2014

BOLAND: NURSE WHO CALLED COLLEAGUE A SLAG IS PROMOTED

SOUTHEND A senior nurse who harassed a colleague by repeatedly calling her a 'slag' has been promoted and will teach others about professional boundaries, a tribunal heard today. Michael Boland persistently humiliated his fellow nurse in what he called 'a culture of banter' at the Spire Wellesley Hospital, Southend, Essex. Boland has been found guilty of two months of abuse towards the woman, referred to as colleague A, that started almost immediately after she joined the hospital in March 2012. However, the nurse has been promoted to a more senior role at the same hospital, and has prepared a presentation about maintaining professional relationships to show to his colleagues.
 
July 29, 2014

KAVANAGH: NURSE IGNORED RAPE AND SEX ABUSE CLAIMS

LINCOLN A nurse took no action when a colleague told her a patient's visitor had raped and sexually assaulted her as a teenager, a tribunal heard today. Christine Kavanagh failed to inform her line manager when she learned of the accusations at the Peter Hodgkinson Centre, at Lincoln County Hospital when she had a duty to do so. During an internal investigation Kavanagh dishonestly insisted she had told her bosses, Nursing and Midwifery Council was told. Jodie Woodward, for the NMC, told the hearing: 'The colleague informed Ms Kavanagh that a patient's visitor had sexually assaulted and raped her years ago at the age of 16. 'The registrant
  July 29, 2014

JOANNOU: 'WHY NOT WORK AS A RENT BOY?'

HARROW A nurse who told a 'handsome' asylum seeker that he could make a lot of money working as a rent boy has been struck off. Dominic Joannou pressured the refugee to admit he was bisexual and told him he could work as a male model because he was so good looking, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. During a meeting in December 2012, Joannou confessed that he had been propositioned by the man and admitted he found him attractive and beautiful. The young man, who was known during the hearing as 'Client A' claimed he had suffered a history of sexual abuse.
 
July 29, 2014

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SMITH: NURSE AT CARE HOME RUN BY 'FIERCE' NUNS DID NOT DIAL 999 WHEN 96YO WOMAN FELL AND DIED

PLYMOUTH A nurse at a care home run by 'fierce' nuns failed to dial 999 for a 96-year-old woman who fell and later died from her injuries, a tribunal heard today (Mon). Jeanette Smith was the only nurse on duty on the night shift when elderly patient Sarah Josephine Smith fell in her room. Mrs Smith, also known as 'Sadie', was admitted to St Peter's Convent Care Home in Plympton St Maurice, Plymouth on 14 December 2011. She suffered from dementia, was prone to falls and had cataracts which obstructed her vision, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
  July 28, 2014

BOLAND: SEX PEST NURSE REFUSED TO LET COLLEAGUE OUT OF THE ROOM

SOUTHEND A paediatric nurse demanded sex from a colleague and dubbed her a 'whore' during a three-month campaign of sexual harassment, a tribunal heard today. Michael Boland allegedly blocked the doorway and refused to let the frightened woman leave while he asked her for sex on a bench. The frightened woman then pushed her way out of the room, but was too scared to leave the building for the rest of the day, it is said. She claims the nurse pestered her for oral sex on other occasions.
 
July 28, 2014

DEPREZ: SWEATY NURSE JIGGLED PATIENT'S BREAST, HEARING TOLD

NEWPORT, SOUTH WALES; CORNWALL A nurse became red-faced and sweaty when he 'jiggled' a woman's breast during an appointment, a tribunal heard today (MON). Chris Deprez allegedly groped the patient over her bra for no reason and then told her 'You're done'. The woman, referred to only as Mrs A, was left feeling 'shocked' and 'gob-smacked', it is claimed. Mrs A told the Nursing and Midwifery Council she drove from Cornwall for the appointment at the St Woolos Chiropractic Clinic, Newport, South Wales, on 27 February 2009.
  July 28, 2014

JOANNOU: NURSE STRUCK OFF OVER 'RENT BOY' COMMENT

HARROW A nurse who told a 'handsome' asylum seeker that he could make a lot of money working as a rent boy has been struck off. Dominic Joannou pressured the refugee to admit he was bisexual and told him he could work as a male model because he was so good looking, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. During a meeting in December 2012, Joannou confessed that he had been propositioned by the man and admitted he found him attractive and beautiful. The young man, who was known during the hearing as 'Client A' claimed he had suffered a history of sexual abuse.
 
July 28, 2014

BOLAND: NURSE 'DEMANDED SEX FROM 'WHORE' COLLEAGUE'

SOUTHEND A paediatric nurse demanded sex from a colleague and dubbed her a 'whore' during a three-month campaign of sexual harassment, a tribunal heard today. Michael Boland allegedly blocked the doorway and refused to let the frightened woman leave while he asked her for sex on a bench. The frightened woman then pushed her way out of the room, but was too scared to leave the building for the rest of the day, it is said. She claims the nurse pestered her for oral sex on other occasions.
  July 24, 2014

DOCHERTY:CARE HOME MANAGER CLEARED

GLASGOW A care home manager accused of failing to maintain basic hygiene standards at the facility she was running has been cleared of all charges. Teresa Docherty did not have regular cleaning schedule at the Whitefield Lodge Care Home, Lennoxtown, Glasgow, where mattresses and bed linen were stained with faeces, it was claimed. Ms Docherty had also been accused of failing to report the possible theft of a resident's bracelet to police or social services. Concerns over standards at the home were first raised following an anonymous phone complaint to Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland in 2011. Following a number of inspection visits to the home East Dunbartonshire Council suspended the admission of patients on 23 December 2011. But all the claims were found to be unproved at a Nursing and Midwifery Council hearing.
 
July 23, 2014

GILBERT FORBES; BAN FOR THE KISSING NURSE

ISLE OF WIGHT A nurse who invited a suicidal patient for lunch before forcing a kiss om her has been banned from the profession for a year. Gilbert Forbes asked the patient out over text message and Twitter after treating her at the Sevenacres Unit, St Mary's Hospital, Isle of Wight. Forbes took her for a meal in Ryde, where he greeted the patient with a kiss and attempted to put his arm around her, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. She went to the police after Forbes drove her to a bus station and tried to kiss her again.
  July 23, 2014

JANE ANNETTS: SLEEPING TABS DOES COULD HAVE BEEN 'A MISTAKE

LINCOLN A nurse accused of administering an elderly woman sleeping tablets to 'shut her up' said she might have given them to the patient by mistake. Jane Annetts allegedly dispensed three Zoplicone tablets which could have knocked the patient out for 18 hours on the Navenby Ward at Lincoln County Hospital. After feeding her the medicine Annetts said in front of other members of staff 'that will shut her up,' the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told. She then gave the duty of administering the patient's medicine to an untrained colleague, it is claimed.

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