The investigating committee1 must meet in private to: (1) consider all new cases of complaint2; (2) review all ongoing cases3; (3) review the reports of screeners4; (4) receive reports from sub-committees5; (5) take note of the outcome of cases referred to the professional conduct committee6 or to the health committee7. The committee must meet not less than three times a year and on such days as it determines8. At each meeting, the committee must review all cases not yet concluded or referred to the professional conduct committee or to the health committee9. The committee must accept for consideration written
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