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Advise professional bodies to determine Fitness to Practise

In accordance with their code of ethics and professional practise, nurses are responsible for maintaining their eligibility to practise and professional conduct.

If a registrants Fitness to Practise is perceived to be impaired, investigations by the relevant regulatory bodies i.e. GMC, NMC or HCPC, will be conducted. Our experts can provide reports on Fitness to Practise in their respective fields of experience and the applications of their relevant code of conduct.

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Fitness to Practise reports enable professional bodies to determine if the professional is fit to practise or sanctions should be made against them.

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Our Fitness to Practise reports can be provided from an extensive range of experts, including but not limited to; Tissue viability nursing, general nursing, neonatal nursing, paediatric nursing, mental health nursing, practice nursing, accident and emergency nursing, manual handling, and community care provision, including nursing, care homes and more.
Our Expert Witnesses have received extensive training in their role and are fully up to date with the current Code of Ethics and Professional Standards of practise.
Each of our reports are passed through a strict quality control process by non-clinical, legally trained professionals. This process is in place to ensure that all of the reports provided by our experts comply with the standard legal tests and the solicitors' instructions are adhered to.
We are happy to discuss probable fees and we will provide a copy of our Terms and Fee Schedule upon responding to your initial enquiry. Please contact us for more information.
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Full CPR compliant reports provided for litigation.

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Screening reports can be provided for advisory purposes.

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Frequently Asked
Questions: Reports

GMS & Associates have an extensive range of Medico-Legal report types, so we've got you covered, no matter the case. When creating a letter of approach, please ensure you provide as much information as possible so that our team can provide the most effective and efficient service. Having this information to hand also allows us to calculate accurate fee estimates for you.

Yes. Should you require an example of a specific report type, do not hesitate to get in touch with our team who will be more than happy to send you a sample.
Report times vary depending on the type of report, the experts we have available and the requirements for each individual case. The standard time frame for our Limited Screening reports is 2-4 weeks. A full liability report will typically be submitted within 8 - 10 weeks.
We are renowned for meeting deadlines. If you require an urgent report or are working on a limited time frame, we will strive to accommodate you and do all we can to accommodate your needs. This will be subject to expert availability.
On response to your enquiry, we will liaise with you to discuss your personal requirements and any other determining factors. We take all of this information into account before preparing a detailed fee estimate that is specific to each case to ensure that both parties are satisfied.
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