Medical Professionals (RHPA) - ICRC (Inquiries, Complaints, and Reports Committee)
. Schuur v Sas
In Schuur v Sas (Div Court, 2023) the Divisional Court succinctly states the role of the ICRC in the RHPA/HPPC system:
 The complaint, in this case, went to the ICRC [SS: 'Inquiries, Complaints, and Reports Committee'], which investigates complaints and disposes of them either by referring them to the Discipline Committee, taking remedial action, or taking no action. The ICRC does not make findings of fact nor impose any penalty. It weighs the evidence to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to refer the matter on for discipline. It is the Discipline Committee that will make findings of fact.
The ICRC was later [at paras 39] referred to as 'the screening committee'.
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