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Media schedule of FTP hearings

Monday 15 July 2019 – Friday 19 July 2019

All hearings begin at 10am and are open to the press and public unless otherwise stated.

Hearings are held at the Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, 405 Kennington Road, London, SE11 4PT, unless otherwise stated.

For further details about our fitness to practise hearings, see the HCPTS website.

If you wish to attend a hearing held by the HCPTS, please contact the Communications Department by phone, tel: +44 (0)20 7840 9137.

 

Name of registrant:  Mrs Coreen Esnath Butler
Profession: Social worker
Hearing date: Monday 15 July – Friday 19 July 2019
Hearing location: Avonmouth House - 6 Avonmouth Street - London - SE1 6NX

Mrs Butler's fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct and lack of competence. While registered as a social worker, she did not follow the correct procedure for 12 service users allocated to her during 2016.

Name of registrant:  Miss Susan Glaiser
Profession: Operating department practitioner
Hearing date: Tuesday 16 July – Monday 22 July 2019
Hearing location: Pullman London St Pancras Hotel 100-110 Euston Road, London NW1 2AJ

Miss Susan Glaiser's fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct. Whilst registered as an operating department practitioner, in December 2017, she took ketamine on two occasions; one of these was whilst she was at work.

Name of registrant:  Mr Lawrence Matenga
Profession: Social worker
Hearing date: Tuesday 16 July – Friday 19 July 2019
Hearing location: Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, London, SE11 4PT

Mr Lawrence Matenga's fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct Whilst registered as a social worker he did not maintain professional boundaries with a service user. During May 2017, he visited her home between approximately midnight to 1am, touched her inappropriately and asked for / attempted to have sex with her.

Name of registrant:  Mrs Laura Boyce
Profession: Social worker
Hearing date: Wednesday 17 July 2019
Hearing location: Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, London, SE11 4PT

Mrs Laura Boyce's fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct and lack of competence. Whilst registered as a social worker she was dishonest about making visits to children between March and September 2017. She also did not complete and record visits within the required timescales, in respect of a number of other children.

Name of registrant: Mr Colin R Parr
Profession: Operating department practitioner
Hearing date: Thursday 18 July – Wednesday 24 July 2019
Hearing location: Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service, London, SE11 4PT

Mr Colin R Parr's fitness to practise is alleged to be impaired by reason of misconduct. Whilst registered as an operating department practitioner, he organised for payments, to which he was not entitled, to be made to bank accounts in his name and in the name of other individuals. He misrepresented the identity of the intended payees of these payments.

Page updated on: 13/05/2019
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