—(1) Every application for registration or enrolment shall be made in such form, and shall be accompanied by such documents, particulars and fee, as may be prescribed by the Board.
(2) The Board may, in registering or enrolling a person, impose such conditions on him as the Board considers appropriate to his case, and may at any time vary or revoke the conditions or impose new conditions on him.
(3) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (2), the conditions may include —
a condition limiting the fields of nursing or midwifery, as the case may be, in which the person may practise; and
in the case of a person to be registered or enrolled under section 14, a condition that he shall work for a specified period —
in a hospital, nursing home, medical clinic, or other organisation, approved by the Board; and
under the supervision of a person, or a person of a particular class, approved by the Board.
(4) Upon the registration or enrolment of a person, the Board shall grant to him a certificate of registration or certificate of enrolment, as the case may be.
(5) The Board may refuse to register or enrol any person who, in the opinion of the Board —
is not of good reputation and character.
(6) The Board may refuse to register or enrol any person if the Board is satisfied that —
the person had his registration or enrolment as a nurse or his registration as a midwife in any country withdrawn, suspended or cancelled; or
because of a mental or physical disability, he is unable to perform satisfactorily the functions of a registered nurse, an enrolled nurse or a registered midwife, as the case may be.
(7) Where the Board refuses to register or enrol any person, the Board shall, by notice in writing, inform him of such refusal.
(8) A person who is aggrieved by a refusal of the Board to register or enrol him may, within one month of the notice given under subsection (7), appeal to the Minister whose decision shall be final.