—(1) The Minister may make regulations for, or in respect of, every purpose which is considered by him necessary for carrying out the provisions of this Act and for prescribing any matter which is authorised or required under this Act to be so prescribed.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1) the Minister may make regulations —
requiring authorised medical practitioners to keep records of termination of pregnancy and to forward the records to the Director of Medical Services together with such information relating to the termination as the Director may require;
providing for the preservation and disposal of records in respect of the treatment to terminate pregnancy and for the use of the records for statistical or research purposes so long as such use does not disclose the identities of the persons who have received the treatment under this Act;
providing for the general or limited authorisation of medical practitioners to carry out treatment to terminate pregnancy;
prescribing the qualifications and experience of medical practitioners for the purpose of being authorised to carry out treatment to terminate pregnancy; and
prescribing the form of consent to be given by a pregnant woman undergoing treatment for termination of pregnancy.