It was also a flagrant breach of the Guide to Professional Conduct for Veterinary Surgeons.
What does GTPC stand for?
GTPC stands for Guide to Professional Conduct
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Certainly, the RCVS Guide to Professional Conduct states that vets should communicate their 24-hour cover policy to clients in advance of need.
The Library Bill of Rights is an important guide to professional conduct in terms of intellectual freedom.
Naturally, much of the content merely repeats what is contained within The Guide To Professional Conduct.
At Section G of the RCVS Guide to Professional Conduct, emphasis is given to the importance of certification, the importance of the signature and the guidance issued by DEFRA.
Acknowledging she could not bind a future Committee as to any further application for restoration by Dr Nemeth, Committee Chairman Mrs Caroline Freedman advised: "Dr Nemeth should provide supporting evidence where possible, including records of CPD, testimonials from other veterinary surgeons or employers, or a more incisive knowledge of the Guide to Professional Conduct.
He also said that he had not read the RCVS Guide to Professional Conduct in the past 15 years and that it would not be satisfactory for him immediately to return to general practice.
Our Guide to Professional Conduct for Veterinary Surgeons advises vets only to make reasonable charges for prescriptions, which affords the public protection against excessive or inappropriate costs," she adds.