Where a matter is referred1 to the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (the MPTS) for consideration of an interim order, it must arrange for an interim orders tribunal to decide whether to make an order2. Where an interim orders tribunal or a medical practitioners tribunal in arrangements made under the above provision, or a medical practitioners tribunal on their consideration of the matter3 is satisfied4 that it is necessary for the protection of members of the public or is otherwise in the public interest, or is in the interests of a fully registered person5, for the registration of that person
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