Reviewable decisions

Reference: REV-1

Last Updated 28/07/2017

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The Registrar has the power to review certain decisions made by case examiners and the Investigating Committee.1

  • A no case to answer decision.
  • A no case to answer decision where they have given advice or issued a warning.
  • A recommendation that undertakings are agreed with the nurse or midwife.
  • A decision that undertakings should no longer apply and that the allegation against the nurse or midwife should not be considered further.

A ‘no case to answer decision’ is when case examiners or the Investigating Committee consider that the facts of the case or the finding of impairment are not capable of being proved and they either close a whole allegation or part of an allegation.

1 Rule 7A(1)(a-c)