BPA's response to Clothier inquiryBMJ 1994; 308 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.308.6941.1441b (Published 28 May 1994) Cite this as: BMJ 1994;308:1441
- K Dodd
- British Paediatric Association, London NW1 4LB.
EDITOR, - It is now 10 months since the two paediatricians in Grantham, Drs Nelson Porter and Charith Nanayakkara, were made redundant after the conviction of Beverly Allitt for the murder of four children under their care. Both are appealing to the secretary of state for health under paragraph 190 of the terms and conditions of service for hospital and dental staff. The British Paediatric Association is concerned to ensure that its views are known.
Soon after the suspension of Drs Porter and Nanayakkara a small committee was established at the request of the British Paediatric Association's council to produce a submission to …
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