If a student is studying a professional Health course and is considered to have contravened the Code of Conduct of the professional body (NMC, HCPC, GMC or other) or the University Code of Student Professional Conduct then they can be referred to the Student Fitness to Practise (SFTP) Procedure. The University's Fitness to Practise Procedures can be found here:
Low Level Concerns Fitness to Practise Flow Chart
Low Level Concerns Fitness to Practise Procedures
KMMS Low Level Concerns Fitness to Practise Procedures
Low Level Concerns Fitness to Practise Policy
All students are entitled to representation from the Students’ Union if they are facing a Student Fitness to Practise Procedure. Arrange to meet with the Students’ Union Advice Centre (email@example.com) in good time before any meeting in order to go through the case and prepare. In your email please give a brief explanation of the situation and include your course, year and campus.
NB: with Nursing course, students are governed by the NMC guidelines. The HCPC guidelines have similar regulations for Social Work, ODP, OT, Paramedic and Radiography students. KMMS students studying Medicine will have guidance from the GMC.
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