Surgeon ‘Lied About Experience’ On CVWednesday, 25th January 2017 at 5:07pm
Mail Online carries a story about a cancer surgeon who lied about how many keyhole surgery operations he had done so he could get an £84,000-a-year job at a hospital.
Sudip Sarker, is accused of lying about his experience whilst applying for the post of consultant general surgeon at Worcester Royal Hospital and Alexandra Hospital, Redditch.
A court heard that Sarker claimed to have carried out 51 keyhole surgeries and was given a job ahead of another candidate who had done around 30 operations.
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