Flawed judgment, lack of remorse – Teo guilty

SYDNEY — Professional Standards Committee Inquiry, constituted under Part 8 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (New South Wales) re Dr Charles Teo — decision.

The health watchdog – Health Care Complaints Commission – looked into complaints relating to two patients diagnosed with terminal brain tumours.

The career of controversial neurosurgeon Charles TEO is effectively over due to the conditions placed on his practising certificate following a formal reprimand and a finding that he was guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct.  Read full story from Kate McClymont of The Sydney Morning Morning Herald:

‘Flawed judgment, lack of remorse’: Charlie Teo guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct

Professional Standards Committee has reprimanded Teo and imposed conditions on his registration.  The decision is 112 pages.  Read Melissa Davey of The Guardian and AAP’s full report:

Charlie Teo: neurosurgeon found guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct

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