When to ask the questions and when not to

A paediatrician has been suspended after his department posted a statement that the department had made a mistake and was “not the same organisation”.

The statement, which has since been deleted, said that a former member of staff had made an “unsubstantiated complaint” about the department’s training in the “unhealthy” practice of forensic psychology.

The department had no previous experience of forensic psychologist training and it had been “misrepresented” as one, said the statement, published in the Department of Psychology, Education and Training.

It said it had now suspended the former member, who had been with the department for four years, without pay.

The statement by the department, which was posted on its website on Wednesday, read: “We apologise unreservedly to the victim and to her family for this unprofessional and inappropriate conduct.

The Department has made a serious mistake and is not the same organisations.”

The department’s statement on the incident, which followed a complaint by a former staff member, read as follows: “On the evening of November 8, 2016, the department received a complaint from a former colleague that a colleague had made unprofessional remarks about a former employee’s work, including an allegation of inappropriate conduct with a child.

The allegation was unverified and had been categorically denied by the complainant.

“In light of the police investigation, the police are satisfied that the behaviour described in the report by the former colleague was unprofessional, inappropriate and unacceptable. “

“Following an investigation, an internal investigation was conducted and the former employee was suspended without pay pending the outcome of this matter. “

A decision on his suspension was not made. “

Following an investigation, an internal investigation was conducted and the former employee was suspended without pay pending the outcome of this matter.

“This is a serious error in judgement and a breach of our professional code of conduct. “

“The Department will be reviewing the circumstances surrounding this and will ensure that any further disciplinary action will be taken appropriately.””

The statement continued: “The department has apologised unreservedlly to the complainant and her family and to the Department for this unreserved and inappropriate behaviour. “

The Department will be reviewing the circumstances surrounding this and will ensure that any further disciplinary action will be taken appropriately.”

The statement continued: “The department has apologised unreservedlly to the complainant and her family and to the Department for this unreserved and inappropriate behaviour.

We are taking immediate action to ensure that the Department’s training is not repeated.”

The Department of Psychological Education and Research, a unit of the department that runs the course of training for the forensic psychology programme, has since deleted the post, saying that the “misrepresentation” of the training had been made in the previous post.

A spokesperson for the department said that the training programme, which is part of the paediatric residency program, has been changed.