The Assessment Committee shall consist of three members:
The Assessment Committee shall:
The Complaints Committee shall consist of three members of the Council, one of whom shall be the Chairman, appointed by the Council, annually.
The Complaints Committee shall carry out:
The Complaints Committee, upon the conclusion of an investigation shall report, in writing, its findings and decision and the reasons for its decision to the Council and:
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A complaint that a person registered under this Act has been guilty of improper conduct may be made to the Council in writing by any person and shall bear the date of the complaint and the signature of the complainant, but subject to this, shall be in no particular form.
Where the Council is of the opinion that any complaint so made might, if established, call for the exercise by a Disciplinary committee of any of the disciplinary powers conferred by Section 18 , the Council shall cause the complaint to be investigated in such manner as may be prescribed and shall if necessary appoint a disciplinary committee to hear and determine the complaint.
The Disciplinary Committee shall consist of three medical practitioners appointed by the Council, who have been registered as medical practitioners for a continuous period of 10 years.
The Disciplinary Committee shall:
On the hearing of a complaint a disciplinary committee may either dismiss the complaint or make such order of a disciplinary nature as they think fit, and any such order may in particular provide for any or all of the following matters, that is to say:
Where the Council determines than an investigation into the competence and ability of a Registered medical practitioner or specialist to practice medicine is necessary; the Council shall appoint a Committee to be called a Special Review Committee to conduct an investigation.