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The Fitness to Practise Committee hears and determines matters related to the alleged incapacity of members. The parties to a hearing are the College and the member alleged to be incapacitated.
It is the responsibility of the Fitness to Practise Committee to determine if the member is suffering from a physical or mental condition or disorder such that they are unfit to carry out their professional responsibilities or that their certificate should be made subject to terms, conditions or limitations. If a member is found to be incapacitated, the panel may, among other things:
Fitness to Practise Committee hearings are generally closed to the public. The hearing may be open if the member alleged to be incapacitated makes a request in writing to the Registrar for a public hearing before the start of the hearing. The Committee may refuse the request under certain circumstances.
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