4. Scope of orders.

An order made in relation to the regulation of health care and associated professions1 may make provision, in relation to any profession, for any of the following matters, among others:

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    (1)     the establishment and continuance of a regulatory body2;

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    (2)     keeping a register of members admitted to practice3,

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    (3)     education and training before and after admission to practice4;

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    (4)     privileges of members admitted to practice5;

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    (5)     standards of conduct and performance6;

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    (6)     discipline and fitness to practise7;

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    (7)     investigation and enforcement by or on behalf of the regulatory body8;

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    (8)     appeals9;

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    (9)     default powers exercisable by a person other