Pre hearing information
The tribunal has already found proved that following a Performance Assessment, Dr Ugwu’s professional performance was found to be unacceptable in a number of areas, including Maintaining Professional Performance and Clinical Management.
It has also been found proved that despite being instructed to the contrary by the Trust and by the GMC, Dr Ugwu contacted the Trust staff on numerous dates; attended the Trust to speak to the Trust staff; and on 27 July 2018 during her attendance at the Trust, gained access to a restricted area of the Trust and behaved in a manner that was intimidating and rude. Further, that some of Dr Ugwu’s actions were in breach of Trust and GMC instructions and amounted to harassment.
The tribunal will reconvene to consider whether Dr Ugwu’s fitness to practise is impaired by reason of misconduct and deficient professional performance.
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