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You are the panel

Each month, Nursing Times will consider a real-life case heard by the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s Fitness to Practise panel.
We’ll give you the facts of the case, as presented to the panel, and you’ll get a chance to consider what decision you would have made.



This month's case

What should happen to a nurse charged with failing to ensure that a patient was promptly reviewed?Subscription

A case study showing an example of a nurse who was charged with contributing to a reduction in a patient’s chance of survival and how their case was brought before a fitness to practise panel