Psychiatrist loses license in Canada for sexual misconduct; skips back to Ireland and gets license...then gets found out

July 31, 2013

On or about March 11, 2013, the Irish Medical Council announced that it had obtained a High Court order suspending psychiatrist Bolarinwa Olutosin Oluwole (the order came in February 2012 but his identify was not revealed at that time, by order of the court).

Oluwole, who had previously been registered to practice in Ireland, reapplied for licensure some time in late 2012 or early 2013 but neglected to disclose on his application that the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia had revoked his license in November 2012, due to having engaged in sexual intercourse with two female patients and for acting inappropriately with another.

Oluwole admitted to the College that he’d engaged in sexual misconduct.


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