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(iv) providing the information mentioned in paragraph 18(10)(g)(iii) in

the form requested by the Practice Enhancement Committee or its

assessors; and

(v) conferring with the Practice Enhancement Committee or its assessors

when requested to do so by the Practice Enhancement Committee or its

assessors.

(h) Where the Practice Enhancement Committee forms the opinion that the

information it has gathered respecting a physician indicates that:

(i) the public is at an immediate risk of harm; or

(ii) the physician has failed, after due notice, to comply with provisions

of these bylaws pertaining to the Practice Enhancement Program,

or has otherwise failed or refused to co-operate with the Practice

Enhancement Committee in its assessment; or

(iii) the physician has refused to undertake remedial measures

recommended by the Committee and the Committee considers that

such refusal is unreasonable; or

(iv) the physician has done or failed to do something that is a serious

breach of ethics; it shall report the matter to the Council in accordance

with paragraph 18(10) (i) and 18(10)(j).

(i) Where the Practice Enhancement Committee concludes that one or more

of the conditions in paragraph 18(10)(h) have been satisfied, the Practice

Enhancement Committee shall report the matter to the College. When

reporting such matter to the College, the Practice Enhancement Committee

shall, at first instance, provide only sufficient information to permit the College

to fulfill its responsibilities pursuant to The Medical Profession Act, 1981. Such

information shall, at first instance, be limited to:

(i) where the Committee has formed the opinion that the public is at

immediate risk of harm, the name of the physician, the conclusion

of the Committee and general information pertaining to the harm

perceived by the Committee;

(ii) where the Committee has formed the opinion that the physician has

failed, after due notice, to comply with the provisions of these bylaws

pertaining to the Practice Enhancement Program, or has otherwise

failed or refused to cooperate with the Practice Enhancement

Committee in its assessment, the name of the physician and sufficient

particulars of the physician’s failure or refusal to permit the College

to appoint a Preliminary Inquiry Committee to investigate such failure

or refusal, or to permit the Council to lay a charge of unbecoming,

improper, unprofessional or discreditable conduct against the

physician;

(iii) where the Committee has formed the opinion that the physician

has refused to undertake remedial measure recommended by

the Committee and the Committee considers that such refusal in

unreasonable, the name of the physician, information respecting the