Nurse struck off for trying to sell cannabis oil to patient
NMC fitness to practise panel finds agency nurse Eliska Neuzilova used hospital records to obtain the address of a cancer patient, then posted leaflet through their letterbox
A nurse who tried to sell cannabis oil to a patient with cancer has been struck off by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
Eliska Neuzilova was found to have used hospital records to access the address of a patient at Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals Trust, and then posted a leaflet through their letterbox about how to purchase cannabis oil products, following a discussion on the ward.
Nurse tried to sell cannabis products for her own financial gain
Ms Neuzilova, an agency nurse, later admitted that she was involved in
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