Some help with the following scenario would be most welcome!

Recently a member of staff at the University became aware that a student 
had written a fraudulent reference in the member of staff's name on NHS 
headed notepaper (this was a clinical degree) which the student had used 
to try and obtain a job. The member of staff informed the NHS fraud 
office of this but to our knowledge no further action was taken as this 
wasn't an NHS member of staff - no further action was taken by the 
University either.

The department have now contacted me to say that they have learnt that 
the student has now been employed by the NHS locally on a project, and 
are assuming that the people involved in hiring the student would not 
have done so had they known about this case ...

Their question is can they / should they inform the relevant NHS 
department about this case? They are worried that the fradulent 
reference may have been used again ...



Gwenan Owen

Rheolwr Cofnodion y Brifysgol/University Records Manager,
Gwasanaeth Llyfrgell, Archifau a Rheoli Cofnodion/
Library, Archives and Records Management Service
Gwasanaethau Gwybodaeth/Information Services,
Prifysgol Cymru, Bangor/University of Wales, Bangor,
Ffordd y Coleg/College Road,
Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG, UK

ffn/tel: (01248) 38 2413
ffacs/fax: (01248) 38 8194

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