That’s all well and good but as you said unfortunately the same considerations aren’t applied across the board.
I’d happily admit I’m wrong but the domestic violence the article mentions, wasn’t that commited by her rather than on her? That’s what one of the previous articles said.
Anyways, being a doctor (or teacher etc.) isn’t the same as any other profession. You will have the trust of very vulnerable people and will have to deal with very stressful situations and if you can’t handle that you shouldn’t be in that situation in the first place.
I do sincerely hope she continues to get help and get better and makes the most of this second chance she has got. Especially if she just gets a fitness to practice and is still allowed to practice.
Needs to count herself lucky as not everyone is afforded this. Or has articles written explaining away what you did because it was only surface wounds and that you were drunk. I mean that makes it ok I guess
The fact that this is your reaction to what Kaner said says a lot. Believe it or not, that actually happens.