Doctor entitled to rely on GMC’s assurance that his Caribbean qualification would be acceptable in UK – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted April 18th, 2013 in appeals, doctors, education, judicial review, news, universities by sally

“The registration criteria for doctors trained abroad have been changed to respond to abuse by medical schools claiming false affiliations with the institutions listed in the WHO Directory. Although the 2006 rules effecting this change were lawful, the appellant had a legitimate expectation that he could rely on individual and specific assurances that he would be allowed to register on completion of his training.”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 18th April 2013