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May 3, 2021


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first_imgAn Oxford doctor used hospital equipment to enhance his love life, the General Medical Council heard this week. Jane Sullivan, representing the GMC, told the professional conduct committee hearing that Euan Laird began an affair with a woman, who was only identified as Mrs N, in 1991. The couple had sex on a number of occasions at hospital premises. The hearing was informed that Laird used the ultrasound scanning machine at the Horton Hospital in Banbury for his own “sexual gratification”. Laird, who was senior house officer in obstetrics and gynaecology at the John Radcliffe Hospital when the relationship began, is accused of “abusing” his professional position, unnecessarily performing smear tests and other intimate examinations on the patient. The relationship continued for a number of years before Mrs N “began to find the nature of his desire invasive and for that and other reasons stopped seeing him in 1997.” Laird was not present or represented at the hearing but is aware that it is taking place. Sullivan said that Laird, who became a consultant during the affair, denied the allegations: “Not only did he say he had had no dealings with her at the time, he denies, and continues to deny emotional or sexual relationship with her, saying that their relationship was a strictly professional doctor-patient relationship”. The hearing continues. Two weeks ago, Cherwell reported that a Queen’s College lecturer, Doctor Henk Giele, had allegedly been conducting a sexual affair with one of his patients at the JR hospital. His case has been adjourned until December. The GMC are unable to comment on either case since both are ongoing.ARCHIVE: 5th week TT 2004last_img read more

The Latest: NASCAR suspends May 9 race at Martinsville

September 18, 2020


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first_imgThe proceeds will go to Feeding America in the U.S. and Second Harvest in Canada. Both of those organizations work to assist the hungry.Face-covering manufacturers FOCO and Industry Rag will also be amping up charity efforts through sales. They will donate one face covering for every one purchased to the benefiting charities.NBA social responsibility and player programs president Kathy Behrens says the masks will help fans adhere to CDC safety guidelines “while joining in the league’s efforts to aid those who have been directly affected by COVID-19.”___The fourth edition of the Laver Cup exhibition event founded by Roger Federer’s management company is being postponed a year because of changes to the tennis calendar caused by the coronavirus pandemic. When NASCAR suspended racing four events into the season, it listed the event in Virginia as its return date. But Virginia is under a stay-at-home order until June 10.NASCAR in a statement said it is considering restarting the season without fans in May. It has privately told teams that NASCAR is hopeful to race May 24 at Charlotte Motor Speedway with the Coca-Cola 600.“Our intention remains to run all 36 races, with a potential return to racing without fans in attendance in May at a date and location to be determined,” NASCAR said in a statement.___Women’s golf has lost another senior major because of the coronavirus pandemic. ___The governing body of track and field is leading a panel of Olympic sports to advise on safely organizing mass gathering events amid the coronavirus pandemic.World Athletics says the Outbreak Prevention Taskforce includes the International Institute for Race Medicine and officials from cycling, rowing, skiing, triathlon and the International Paralympic Committee.They will get input from a member of the World Health Organization’s coronavirus mass gatherings expert group.The panel has its first meeting next week and plans to work with advisers from industry, sponsors and the media. Aims include guidance on risk assessment and how sports can “plan a return to normal activities in the aftermath of the COVID-19 outbreak or similar future situations.” The Latest: NASCAR suspends May 9 race at Martinsville The Senior LPGA Championship has been canceled. It was scheduled to be played July 30-Aug. 1 at French Lick Resort in Indiana.The USGA previously canceled the U.S. Senior Women’s Open.The Senior LPGA will stay at French Lick in 2021. The new dates will be determined later.___The Premier League says it still wants to complete its season. April 17, 2020 An employee of Major League Soccer’s Montreal Impact has tested positive for COVID-19.The team made the announcement Wednesday and said the employee had mild symptoms for a few days is doing well. The person has been placed in quarantine.Montreal did not specify whether the employee was a player or another member of the team’s staff. The Impact said it is the only confirmed case of the novel coronavirus within the organization so far.___The NBA and WNBA say they plan to sell cloth face coverings bearing team and league logos and that all proceeds generated by the league will go to charity. Associated Press center_img ___The BMW International Open in Germany and the Open de France golf tournaments have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic and the Scottish Open has been postponed.The BMW International Open was to be played in Munich from June 25-28 and the Open de France was scheduled to take place a week later.German Chancellor Angela Merkel has banned large public gatherings in the country through August 31 and the French government has done the same until mid-July.The Scottish Open was scheduled to be played from July 9-12. Discussions on a rescheduled date are ongoing. It now will be at TD Garden in Boston from Sept. 24-26, 2021.The original dates were Sept. 25-27 this year.But the French Open moved its start from May to Sept. 20 a month ago. That means the Grand Slam tournament would have overlapped with the Laver Cup. The exhibition tournament has attracted some of the top players in men’s tennis in the past.Federer called the announcement of the Laver Cup date change “unfortunate” and “disappointing” but also “the right thing to do for everyone concerned.”Tickets already purchased will be valid in 2021 or can be refunded. The league held a call with all 20 soccer clubs but provided no specifics about its plan to resume. The competition was suspended more than a month ago because of the coronavirus pandemic.The league only says it discussed “possible scheduling models” and that “it remains our objective to complete the 2019-20 season but at this stage all dates are tentative while the impact of COVID-19 develops.”The league says it will only restart “with the full support of the government” and when “medical guidance allows.”Liverpool holds a 25-point lead at the top of the standings with nine games remaining.___ ___Former Leeds defender Norman Hunter has died after being diagnosed with COVID-19. He was 76.Leeds says Hunter was admitted to the hospital last week and died on Friday.Hunter made 726 appearances for Leeds and also played 28 times for England. He was part of the 1966 World Cup-winning squad and earned the nickname “Bites Yer Legs” because of his tough tackling.Hunter also won two league titles and the FA Cup with Leeds. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___NASCAR has suspended its May 9 race at Martinsville Speedway and did not give an indication on when the season will resume. ___More AP sports: and,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more

Euro 2016: Hungary bid to extend hot streak over Iceland

November 26, 2019


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first_imgTwo of the surprise teams of the opening round of matches at Euro 2016 meet on Saturday when Iceland face Hungary in Group F.Iceland came from behind to draw their first game in the tournament 1-1 with section favourites Portugal while the Hungarians secured a convincing 2-0 victory over Austria.Hungary, twice World Cup runners-up who are playing in the European Championship finals for the first time since 1972 when they reached the semis, have won their last five games against Iceland.”You can see how they (Hungary) are progressing as a squad and a team,” Iceland manager Heimir Hallgrimsson told reporters.”They are a really compact and solid team, known for their defensive side of the game, but against Austria you could see how strong they are in attack. All praise goes to Bernd Storck and the coaching team.”Hungary forward Balazs Dzsudzsak scored in a 4-0 victory the last time the sides met, in a 2011 friendly, and Iceland will need to reproduce the resilience that subdued Portugal and three-times world player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo.”Our defending was fantastic, we were well organised and worked really hard,” Hallgrimsson said.”It’s difficult to single out any individual player as they all deserve credit for a stirring team effort,” he added.”With a win against Hungary we’d probably be almost there and holding the group’s strongest team to a draw should be a massive confidence boost.”It’s really good to have a point. We can go a little bit more relaxed into the next game.”advertisementIceland are playing in their first major tournament and they will not be distracted from their preparations by any thought of celebrating the country’s Independence Day on Friday.”Celebrate tomorrow? After practice? Is that day tomorrow?,” forward Johann Gudmundsson said.”No, we are not celebrating, we will let the fans do that. Hopefully, we can celebrate after the game.”last_img read more