German doctor who killed a British patient on his first NHS shift now lectures medical staff on hygiene

Mail Online | 9/23/2017 | Colin Cortbus;Alan Hall For The Mail On Sunday
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The German-trained locum doctor who killed a British patient on his first NHS shift has been allowed to help teach doctors.

Dr Daniel Ubani was struck off by the General Medical Council in 2010 – two years after he accidentally killed 70-year-old David Gray with a massive overdose of diamorphine – but the German authorities said he could keep practising.

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Now we can reveal that Ubani has lectured at an event accredited by the German Chamber of Doctors, called the Ärztekammer.

He spoke at a one-day event called Patients With A Migrant Background, lecturing on cleanliness in hospitals.

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