conditional registration

conditional registration

A so-called transitional arrangement, which the UK’s General Medical Council (GMC) may impose on a doctor for up to 3 years under:
(1) The GMC's Preliminary Proceedings Committee and Professional Conduct Committee (Procedure) Rules 1988, for the finding of serious professional misconduct;
(2) The GMC's (Professional Performance) Rules 1997, for the finding of serious deficient performance; or
(3) The GMC's Health Committee (Procedure) Rules Order of Council 1987–97, for the finding that a doctor's fitness to practise is seriously impaired by reason of his or her physical or mental condition.
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Until the election day, residents can go to their county election office or designated location to complete the conditional voter registration card and a ballot, Padilla said in the press release, adding that county officials will process the conditional registration and ballot, and count the votes once verified.
Mr Stewart, from Caerphilly, was given a Conditional Registration Order which will last until May.
Sturgeon replied that the General Teaching Council for Scotland have introduced provisional conditional registration, which allows teachers qualified outside Scotland to take up a post while they work towards meeting minimum requirements.
A conditional registration order was imposed meaning he can continue in the profession but must declare the details of the order to future employers.
The company is in the process of obtaining approval from the federal Environmental Protection Agency for this product and anticipates getting conditional registration next year, Geiger said.
Reviewing his suspension, the MPTS panel said their response had to weigh the public's interest against his, ruling that a period of conditional registration was appropriate and proportionate.
The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service put both doctors under conditional registration orders.
The EPA has been criticized for its weak data management and overuse of a loophole called "conditional registration," which allows pesticides to be sold before all safety studies are complete.
He says that conditional registration, a provision of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act that allows the EPA to discretionally admit various pesticides to market in the absence of certain data, is at the heart of the issue.
At issue in the NRDC's suit against the EPA, which is still awaiting ruling, was whether the agency was right in granting a conditional registration in December 2011 to a nanosilver-based antimicrobial fabric treatment manufactured by HeiQ.
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