The following provisions apply where the fitness to practise committee1 determines that the fitness to practise of the person concerned is not impaired2. The committee may give a warning to the person concerned in connection with any matter that the committee considers necessary or desirable taking into account the committee's findings and give a direction that details of the warning be recorded in the register3. It may also give advice to the person concerned in connection with any such matter and to any other person or other body involved in the investigation of the allegation on any issue arising
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