African male nurse banned from ICU, critical care, emergency and night shifts

Strange that he is allowed to work as a nurse at all after such sweeping restrictions.  He has clearly behaved very badly in a number of ways so it seems his race is protecting him.  

His surname is Rwandan  and that place has had a truly savage recent history so it may be that he just does not have the instinctive restraints we normally expect in a nurse

A Queensland nurse has been banned from working in the fields of mental health and acute care or late at night, the health watchdog has announced.

Amon Emmanuel Nteziryayo, from the Cairns suburb of Bentley Park, was slapped with the restrictions by the state’s Office of the Health Ombudsman (OHO) on March 12, according to an announcement posted on their website this week.

The notice, published on an online register of medical workers subject to immediate registration action, does not reveal why the regulator has restricted his ability to work.

He must only practise at locations approved by the ombudsman and must not practise outside the hours of 6am to 10pm.

He must not provide care to any patient where the care being provided is specifically related to their mental health and must not work in intensive care, critical care unit, emergency departments, or psychiatric intensive care units or in a facility where patients require frequent observations.

He must be supervised by another registered health practitioner and he does not currently have the ombudsman’s approval to practise in any employment or practice location.

It states that the decision will continue to have effect until the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal sets the decision aside or the health ombudsman revokes the suspension.

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) website states that he was first registered in the profession in this country in October 2016.

He completed a nursing degree at the University of Southern Queensland in 2015.


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