01 March 2019 – BBC News
A doctor named in the inquiry into the deaths of five children in hospitals in Northern Ireland has had his request to be removed from the medical register granted in a fitness to practice hearing.
Dr Robert Quinn was involved in the care of 17-month-old Lucy Crawford who died at the Royal Belfast hospital for sick children in 2000.
Lucy had been initially treated in the Erne Hospital in Enniskillen.
The decision means that all professional charges against the doctor have been dropped and the hearing is concluded.