(1) A person may apply to the appropriate review body for a review of—(a) a prohibition order made in relation to the person; or(b) a relevant order made in relation to the person.(2) A person may also apply to the appropriate review body for a review of an order made under this Division.(3) An application for review of an order may not be made—(a) while the terms of the order provide that an application for review may not be made; or(b) while an appeal to a Tribunal or the Supreme Court in respect of the same matter is pending.(4) In this section—
decision-making entity means the following—(a) a Committee;(b) a Performance Review Panel;(c) the Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson of a Tribunal;(d) a Tribunal;(e) the Supreme Court.
relevant order, in relation to a person, means any of the following orders made by a decision-making entity—(a) an order that the person’s registration as a registered health practitioner or student is suspended; or(b) an order that the person’s registration be cancelled or that the person is disqualified from being registered in a particular health profession; or(c) an order that conditions be imposed on the person’s registration in a health profession.