Barrow misconduct nurse given two year caution
Last updated at 16:59, Friday, 09 May 2014
A FORMER nurse at Furness General Hospital guilty of misconduct has been handed a two year caution order.
Gary Spencely appeared before a panel at the Nursing and Midwifery Council in London today which handed him a two year caution order.
The panel ruled this morning that the ex-Barrow Raiders player’s fitness to practise has been impaired.
The NMC panel today returned the decision.
Spencely had previously admitted saying to a female colleague on his theatre team that she looked dirty as if she would be into bondage and that he didn't like her but would sleep with her if she was “going short”.
He had also admitted that he had said her request for time off for a honeymoon was low priority as it would never happen.
When a NMC panel concludes a person’s fitness to practise is impaired, sanctions available to them include a suspension order, a caution order, and a striking-off order.
First published at 11:09, Friday, 09 May 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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So he finally admitted to bullying and sexual harassment. Finally the truth came out. Considering the amount of comments supporting him when this first came to light, it's gone very quiet now! For 2 years any future employers will know what he's done but for his ex colleagues they'll remember this forever.
I am relieved, justice done to this very arrogant and rude man.
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