Anger management for Guernsey race slur nurse

A hospital nurse found guilty of slapping a colleague and shouting racial abuse has been ordered to attend anger management classes.

The Nursing and Midwifery Council ruled Anne Gallacher, who works in Guernsey, should not be struck off.

It said she had since undergone training in equality and diversity and was not a risk to patient safety.

The council said she could continue to work under certain conditions including completing an anger management course.

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