Medical Practitioners Act 2007

67.

If registered medical practitioner consents to censure or remedial action, etc.

67.— (1) The Fitness to Practise Committee may, at any time after a complaint is referred to it, request the registered medical practitioner the subject of the complaint to do one or more than one of the following:

( a) if appropriate, undertake to not repeat the conduct the subject of the complaint;

( b) undertake to be referred to a professional competence scheme and to undertake any requirements relating to the improvement of the practitioner’s competence and performance which may be imposed;

( c) consent to undergo medical treatment;

( d) consent to being censured by the Council.

(2) Where a registered medical practitioner refuses to give an undertaking or consent the subject of a request under subsection (1) by the Fitness to Practise Committee, the Committee may proceed as if the request had not been made.