Where an allegation has been referred to the health committee1, it is the duty of the committee to consider the allegation2. If, having considered it, the committee is satisfied that the allegation is well founded it must: (1) make an order imposing conditions with which the osteopath concerned must comply while practising as an osteopath, known as a 'conditions of practice order'3; or (2) order the registrar4 to suspend the osteopath's registration for such period as may be specified in the order, known as a 'suspension order'5.
Any condition in a conditions of practice order must be imposed so as
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