The Department of Health senior medical officer criticised by the Bristol inquiry report, will find out at the end of this month whether he is to keep his job.Dr Peter Doyle went on holiday immediately after the inquiry reported in midJuly and will remain on extended leave until an independent panel, appointed by the DoH to review his position, reports.The inquiry report, by Professor Ian Kennedy, concluded that it was 'seriously inappropriate'that Dr Doyle put a dossier of evidence given to him by whistleblower Dr Stephen Bolsin in July1994 into a filing cabinet without reading it.