Pharmacy Act 2007
Undertaking and consents.
46.— (1) A committee of inquiry may, in dealing with a complaint, request the registered pharmacist or the pharmacy owner to do one or more of the following as appropriate—
(a) to undertake not to repeat the conduct to which the complaint relates,
(b) to undertake to attend specified educational courses, training or other means of improving his or her competence to practise or to carry on a retail pharmacy business,
(c) to consent to undergo medical treatment,
(d) to consent to being admonished or censured by the Council.
F44[(1A) If a registered pharmacist or pharmacy owner gives an undertaking or consent the subject of a request under subsection (1) by the committee of inquiry, the inquiry into the complaint shall be considered to be completed.]
(2) If a registered pharmacist or pharmacy owner refuses to give an undertaking or consent so requested, the committee of inquiry may proceed as if the request had not been made.
Inserted (13.02.2021) by Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Act 2020 (16/2020), s. 64, S.I. No. 54 of 2021.