A person's fitness to practise is to be regarded as 'impaired' for the purposes of the Pharmacy Order 20101 only by reason of:
(2) deficient professional performance (which includes competence)3;
(3) adverse physical or mental health which impairs their ability to practise safely and effectively or which otherwise impairs their ability to carry out the duties of a pharmacist or a pharmacy technician in a safe and effective manner4;
(4) not having the necessary knowledge of English5;
(5) failure to comply with a reasonable requirement imposed by an individual assessor or an assessment team in connection with
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