GMC Law – Can DDS assist with all aspects of GMC Law?
Doctors Defence Service (DDS) can assist doctors with all aspects of General Medical Council (GMC) law. DDS can advise doctors on when to make -self-disclosures in accordance with Good Medical Practice (the code of conduct for doctors), how to respond to GMC questions in correspondence, applications for registration; responses to initial allegations (Rule 4 letters); responses to the case examiners (Rule 7 letters); assistance with case management conferences and reviews; preparation for fitness to practise hearings; representation at GMC/MPTS fitness to practise hearings; advice on appeal; representation on appeal from GMC decisions in the High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court; challenges to GMC decisions by way of judicial review; advice and guidance on the interpretation of GMC policies and protocols; advice on the indicative sanctions policy and warnings policy; advice on evidence and procedure; advice on issues concerning revalidation and Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
For more details about the GMC’s fitness to practise and other regulatory procedures, view our Legal Services page.
To discuss any aspect of GMC law with one of our lawyers in strict confidence and without obligation, call: 0800 10 88 739