In 2011, the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal suspended Rosylin Radha Singh from practice for six months from June 24, 2011, for professional misconduct.
What does HPDT stand for?
HPDT stands for Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal (New Zealand)
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- High Performance Database Research Center (Florida International University)
- Hamilton Psychiatric Depression Rating Scale
- Health Professions Data System (North Carolina)
- High Performance Data System
- High Potential Development Scheme (UK)
- High-Performance Distributed System (computer architecture)
- Hospital and Patient Data System (Washington)
- Hyde Park Day School (Illinois and Florida)
- High Pressure Differential Scanning Calorimetry
- Highpass Delta Sigma Modulator (switching signal generator)
- High Power Device Test
- High-Performance Data Transfer
- High Power Device Test Subsystem
- High-Performance Data Unit
- Home Peritoneal Dialysis Unit
- Hull Power Distribution Unit
- Hydraulic Power Drive Unit
- Hash-Programming-Environment (computing)
- Haute Performance Énergétique (French: High Energy Performance)
- Health and Physical Education (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Earlier this year, Dr Vatsyayann, who runs his own private practice, was found guilty of producing false or misleading medical notes by the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal.
INTRODUCTION In November 2006, the first two cases concerning physiotherapists were heard by the new Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal (the Tribunal).
At a Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal hearing in November 2011, the Tribunal heard that Curry had, when working for Hokianga Health in July 2009, prescribed 10mg of Maxalon TDS and 10 mg of Paramax TDS to a 19-year-old woman in the first trimester of her pregnancy.
The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal, at a hearing in November 2011, said the professional breaches occurred on a number of instances, over several weeks and the offending involved a patient who was undoubtedly vulnerable.
The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal hearing was held in December 2011.
The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal was satisfied Henderson's conduct felt well below that expected of a nurse and was a significant departure from Legal, professional and ethical standards.
NZNO's lawyers are all too familiar with these issues, due to the work they do representing nurses at the Nursing Council, Coroners' Court, HDC and/or Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal hearings.