The Fitness to Practise Panel of the General Medical Council had been justified in finding that an ophthalmic medical practitioner was guilty of two charges of serious professional misconduct as a result of signing NHS optical vouchers certifying that he had tested the sight of patients when in fact he had not done so. The panel had taken the documentary evidence fully into account and its reasons for accepting the witness evidence were extremely cogent.

[2006] EWHC 1300 (Admin)

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