Where it appears to the professional conduct committee1 that an osteopath's2 ability to practise may be seriously impaired by reason of his physical or mental condition, the committee may refer that question to the health committee3 for determination whether or not the allegation has been proven and, if it has been proven, whether or not the professional conduct committee has made a conditions of practice order4 with respect to the osteopath5. If, following such a referral, the health committee subsequently certifies to the professional conduct committee its opinion that the fitness of the osteopath to practise is not seriously
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