Brayshaw v The Partners of Apsley Surgery and Another: QBD 30 Nov 2018

‘ A doctor who uses, or abuses, his position to inculcate his patients with his religious beliefs is acting unprofessionally and deserves to be struck off. The issue in this case is whether such a doctor is also tortiously liable to his patient where the patient is occasioned harm and whether, if he is, liability transfers to his employer or quasi-employer through the doctrine of vicarious liability.’
[2018] EWHC 3286 (QB)
England and Wales

Updated: 08 February 2021; Ref: scu.630780