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Professor Iwaniec-Curl

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Dear Northern Health and Social Care Trust (Northern Ireland),

How many times has Prof Iwaniec-Curl been the proposed "expert" in proceedings from April 2011-April 2021?

How many times did the Professor's conclusion/findings differ from the Trust's proposed care plans?

Under the most recent practice directions for expert witnesses, it would appear the professor does not qualify, i.e. she "is not currently working and is therefore not up-to-date with current research and teachings". This being the case is the professor employed in any on-going cases?

The emeritus professor is a retired professor of social work and possesses ZERO clinical/medical qualifications. Is it therefore accepted if Professor Iwaniec-Curl makes reference/comment to any diagnosed conditions she is stepping outside her legal remit?

Yours faithfully,

A.H.

Governance, Info, Northern Health and Social Care Trust (Northern Ireland)

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Jardine, Irene, Northern Health and Social Care Trust (Northern Ireland)

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I would be grateful therefore if you could provide your full name please.

Kind regards.

Irene Jardine
INFORMATION GOVERNANCE OFFICER
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Dear Jardine, Irene,

Anne Henry

Yours sincerely,

A.H.

Jardine, Irene, Northern Health and Social Care Trust (Northern Ireland)

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Dear Anne, thank you for your response below. 

 

In order to process your request below, I would be grateful if you could
advise which "proceedings from April 2011 - April 2021" you are referring
to.

 

How many times has Prof Iwaniec-Curl been the proposed "expert" in
proceedings from April 2011-April 2021?

 

How many times did the Professor's conclusion/findings differ from the
Trust's proposed care plans?

 

Under the most recent practice directions for expert witnesses, it would
appear the professor does not qualify, i.e. she "is not currently working
and is therefore not up-to-date with current research and teachings". This
being the case is the professor employed in any on-going cases?

 

The emeritus professor is a retired professor of social work and possesses
ZERO clinical/medical qualifications. Is it therefore accepted if
Professor Iwaniec-Curl makes reference/comment to any diagnosed conditions
she is stepping outside her legal remit?

 

Kind regards.

 

Irene Jardine

INFORMATION GOVERNANCE OFFICER

(T)028276 61415/X363415

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