In relation to evidence about:
(1) the conduct or behaviour of the registrant1 which might cast doubt on whether the requirements as to fitness to practise are met in relation to the registrant, the fitness to practise committee2 must have regard to whether or not that conduct or behaviour presents an actual or potential risk to patients or to the public, has brought, or might bring, the profession of pharmacy into disrepute, has breached one of the fundamental principles of the profession of pharmacy or shows that the integrity of the registrant can no longer be relied upon3;
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