Shaken baby sceptic begins appeal

Shaken baby sceptic begins appeal
 

A consultant paediatrician who disputed the existence of "shaken baby syndrome" has begun her appeal against being struck off.
A tribunal concluded in March that Dr Waney Squier had gone beyond her expertise and had intentionally misled in a number of court cases.
Neuropathologist Dr Squier, who was based at Oxford's John Radcliffe hospital, denies this.
Her lawyers told the High Court she had given her honestly held opinion.
Shaken baby syndrome, also known as SBS, is a controversial diagnosis that causes about 250 criminal and family court cases a year.
Dr Squier acted as an... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 32
Source: BBC
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