An allegation1 referred by the registrar2 must be considered by the case examiners3. Upon consideration of an allegation, the case examiners may unanimously decide: (1) that the allegation should not proceed further4; (2) to offer to issue a warning to the practitioner5; (3) to refer the allegation to the investigation committee6 for determination7; or (4) to refer the allegation to the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service for them to arrange for determination by a medical practitioners tribunal8. The case examiners may unanimously decide to recommend that the practitioner be invited to comply with undertakings9 and, where they do so and
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