Doctor’s licence reinstated under conditions after voyeurism charge

A New Glasgow doctor is allowed to practice again after having his license suspended for voyeurism.  Dr. Rafid Al-Nassar was charged in November for allegedly secretly recording a woman in his clinic’s washroom.  The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia says he must now have a chaperone while with patients (outside the OR), and a sign about this has to be up in waiting and exam rooms.