Prior to the opening of a review hearing1, the registrar2 must consider the directions made by a medical practitioners tribunal3 in respect of the practitioner at any previous hearing4, and may make such inquiry or procure the production of such expert or other report as he considers necessary5, and direct the practitioner to undergo an assessment of his performance or health6, or knowledge of English7. The registrar may refer a case to the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) for them to arrange for it to be considered by the medical practitioners tribunal for an early review hearing, where information
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