Pre hearing information
The tribunal will inquire into the allegation that on one or more occasion, Dr Kalia dishonestly told her educational supervisor that she had sat and passed the Applied Knowledge Test. It is alleged that on 26 April 2018, Dr Kalia forwarded an email purporting to be from the Royal College of General Practitioners showing that she had passed her Applied Knowledge Test. It is alleged that this email was not composed by the Royal College of General Practitioners and was created by Dr Kalia.
It is also alleged that on one or more occasion, Dr Kalia told her educational supervisor that she had applied to join NHS England’s National Performers List when she had not applied and was working as a GP in training without being on the National Performers List.
It is further alleged that on 6 August 2018, Dr Kalia obtained a blank record of out of hours sessions and on 7 August 2018, submitted to her educational supervisor a completed out of hours record for work carried out on two days when she had not.
We expect parts of this case to be heard in private.
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