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Letters Learning from the Manjula Arora case

Learning from the Arora case: the GMC must prioritise early intervention and prevention

BMJ 2022; 379 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.o2884 (Published 29 November 2022) Cite this as: BMJ 2022;379:o2884
  1. Ananta Dave, chief medical officer
  1. Black Country Integrated Care Board, Wolverhampton, UK
  1. ananta.dave1{at}nhs.net

Iqbal and Martin make sensible recommendations for managing concerns about doctors at a local level while building trust in the General Medical Council among the medical profession.1

The recommendation to classify decisions like the one in the Manjula Arora case by the GMC as “never events” also sends a strong message about the impact such regulatory actions can have on quality and …

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