46 search results for "Greg Price"

The complaint against Peter Dixon was not sent to the PCC and he was able to remain as chair of the General Chiropractic Council

March 15, 2011
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The complaint against Peter Dixon was not sent to the PCC and he was able to remain as chair of the General Chiropractic Council

Margaret Coats legal interpretation of the chiropractic act is different from Osteopaths, every complaint where there is a case to answer is supposed to be sent to the Professional Conduct Committee. There is an exception to this rule, except when someone in the chief executives office writes on the complaint “not to be sent...

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Should Graham Donald chair Investigating Committee meetings?

March 8, 2011
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Should Graham Donald chair Investigating Committee meetings?

 Graham Donald is acting chairman of the Investigating Committee (IC) his CV on the GCC website describes him as a “retired Civil Servant” with an impeccable background perfect for the IC you would have thought. However nothing is at it seems at the GCC when you give a little scratch to the veneer Margaret...

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Got an urgent e-mail from Harry Cayton OBE; the Chief Executive of Council for Health Care Regulatory Excellence (CHRE)

March 1, 2011
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Got an urgent e-mail from Harry Cayton OBE; the Chief Executive of Council for Health Care Regulatory Excellence (CHRE)

Received an e-mail from Harry Cayton OBE the chief executive of the CHRE. This is the body that year after year congratulates Margaret Coats and her storm troopers for the excellent job they do, prosecuting vexations cases, harassing and threatening patients who dont want to complain and wasting millions of pounds of chiropractors money...

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The ass keeps digging

December 13, 2010
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The ass keeps digging

Got another  letter from Peter Dixon, apparently I am infringing copyright laws using pictures of him from the GCC Newsletter and must stop. In addition I have been printing malicious gossip about Margaret Coats a  “valued employee” who he has “absolute confidence” in. Dixon States my report that Margaret Coats position is under threat,...

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The associations have come together. First thing they need to say to the General Chiropractic Council; Margaret Coats must go.

November 1, 2010
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The associations have come together. First thing they need to say to the General Chiropractic Council; Margaret Coats must go.

On Thursday I received many e-mails notifying me of the joint statement from the four associations expressing “the entire professions lack of confidence in its regulation”. I am absolutely delighted the associations have made this statement.  Which confirms the findings of the 2005 survey which found 77% of the profession had no confidence in...

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Did BCA finally find its spine and tell the General Chiropractic Council, its not fit for purpose?

September 19, 2010
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Did BCA finally find its spine and tell the General Chiropractic Council, its not fit for purpose?

I have heard through the grapevine, that BCA members passed a vote of no confidence in the GCC at their AGM on Saturday, if that is the case its the beginning of the end for Coats and Dixon. Watch the rats on the GCC ship try and dump them in the coming months to...

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At long last, the damage the General Chiropractic Council and BCA alliance is doing to the profession, is being recognised internationally.

May 28, 2010
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At long last, the damage the General Chiropractic Council and BCA alliance is doing to the profession, is being recognised internationally.

  We all laughed five years ago when Terry Rondberg came to the UK and described the GCCs Code of Practice and Standards of Proficiency as “Chiropractic Pornography”. GCC members Kevin Proudman and Matt Flanagan were censured by GCC for not standing up for Margaret Coats as she defended the GCC, which admittedly had...

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Simon Singh’s side of the British Chiropractic Associations version

May 20, 2010
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Simon Singh’s side of the British Chiropractic Associations version

  I like to hear both sides of a story and I never prejudge people. Obviously as a practising Irish chiropractor I disagreed with most of what was in Simon Singhs article in the Guardian and commented in my blog on the article. I also brought the book Trick or Treatment and thought the...

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Psychotherapists have learned from Chiropractors mistakes

May 5, 2010
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Psychotherapists have learned from Chiropractors mistakes

  When The GCC refused to reveal to lawyers representing  psychotherapists, why the GCC’s former deputy registrar Greg Price ( Mr Price was administering complaints for the psychotherapist regulator UKCP) had to leave the GCC and whether he was a suitable person to be involved in the administration of complaints, the psychotherapists smelt a...

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GCC is not Fit For Purpose

May 2, 2010
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GCC is not Fit For Purpose

3/08/08 Statement to Extraordinary Meeting of  General Chiropractic Council: in response to the resolution by GCC Chairman Peter Dixon that Richard Lanigan should be removed as a member of  Council and was passed by 13 of the 20 council members.   I reject The chairman’s resolution for my removal from council on his grounds...

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