Health Services Act 1997 –Sect 117A Duty of chief executive to report certain conduct
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- Created: Friday, 19 March 2010 11:36
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(1) The chief executive of a public health organisation is to report to a registration authority any conduct of a member of staff that the chief executive suspects on reasonable grounds may constitute professional misconduct or unsatisfactory professional conduct under the health registration Act by which the registration authority is constituted.
(2) In this section, "health registration Act" and "registration authority" have the same meanings as in the Health Care Complaints Act1993.