Pre hearing information
The tribunal has found proved that, in February 2015, Dr Jain consulted with Patient A and failed to maintain a professional manner and that he inappropriately questioned Patient A at length about her sex life. The tribunal found proved that Dr Jain made an inaccurate and misleading record of the consultation in Patient A’s medical records.
Dr Jain admitted and the tribunal found proved that, in February 2015, he consulted with Patient B and failed to communicate appropriately and make an appropriate record of the consultation. The tribunal found proved that, in April 2015, Dr Jain consulted with Patient B again and failed to prescribe or communicate appropriately.
The tribunal has found proved that, in March 2015, Dr Jain consulted with Patient C and failed to communicate appropriately. Dr Jain admitted and the tribunal found proved that he failed to make an appropriate record of the consultation.
In addition, the tribunal found proved that, in April 2015, Dr Jain consulted with Patient D and failed to: obtain an adequate history; communicate appropriately; and prescribe medication appropriately.
When the hearing resumes, the tribunal will consider whether, on the basis of the facts found proved, Dr Jain’s fitness to practise is impaired.
This reflects the allegation as it stands at the start of the hearing. The allegation may be amended as the hearing proceeds and when findings of fact are made by the tribunal.
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