グレッグスが最初に価格が上がると言うようになると、今や食料のコストは高騰するように設定されています’ male midwife who is alleged to have taken pictures of two women having Caesarean sections without their permission and also ‘filmed himself performing a sex act in a hospital toilet’ 顔 29 misconduct charges
A ‘bullying’ male midwife who is alleged to have taken pictures of two women having Caesarean sections without their permission and ‘filmed himself performing a sex act in a hospital toilet’ 安全上の懸念に任せようとしていました 29 misconduct charges.
Paul Johnson was a senior midwife at Hull Women and Children’s Hospital, 彼が働いていた場所 18 年, and had helped to deliver more than 2,000 babies when he was suspended from his role in October 2020.
He is subject of a Nursing and Midwifery Council hearing in which he is accused of 29 counts of misconduct, including allegations he told a colleague she had a ‘gorgeous figure’ and would bring ‘some glamour and youth to the team’ 8月に 2019.
ジョンソン氏, 唯一の 50 male midwives across the country in 2018, is alleged to have taken photographs of two women during a Caesarean section without their permission, before sending the images to a colleague he was in a relationship with at the time.
Barrister Raj Joshi told the panel that an investigation into Mr Johnson had also found he filmed a video of himself performing a sex act in a hospital toilet before sending it to a colleague.
彼が追加した: ‘It was said that he was in a gymnasium in Florida, work rotas show not only was he on duty but the background related closely to the hospital site.’
Mr Johnson was also accused of asking another co-worker what her favourite sexual position was.
Paul Johnson was a senior midwife at Hull Women and Children’s Hospital and had helped to deliver more than 2,000 babies before he was suspended from his role in October 2020
Hull Women and Children’s Hospital, where Mr Johnson was a senior member of staff with responsibility for managing and coordinating the maternity ward
The midwife was a senior member of staff within and had responsibility for managing and coordinating the maternity ward.
月曜日の公聴会中, expected to last four days, misconduct panel chair Derek McFaul said the charges also included poor management and decision making shown ‘by making excuses not to transfer patients to the labour ward’.
Mr Joshi told the panel that Mr Johnson was jokingly referred to as the ‘Scarlet Pimpernel’ due to his habit of disappearing while on shift without telling colleagues where he had gone.
It is alleged that, during one such absence, he told a colleague he was moving his car, but subsequently messaged the co-worker he was in a relationship with that he had gone to an adult shop.
Mr Joshi said: ‘He was in a senior managerial position, junior staff in particular found that it would be very difficult for them to challenge his behaviour and the comments he was making.
‘He had a habit of confronting peers in an aggressive or bullying manner.’
Mr Johnson did not attend the hearing on Monday.