(1) The form of a review under section 36 is at the authority's discretion, but in every case the authority must give the health practitioner under review—
(a) a notice containing sufficient particulars to inform that health practitioner clearly of the substance of the grounds (if any) on which the authority has decided to carry out the review; and
(b) information relevant to his or her competence that is in the possession of the authority; and
(c) a reasonable opportunity to make written submissions and be heard on the matter, either personally or by his or her representative.
(2) When a health practitioner exercises the right under subsection (1)(c) to be heard personally, the practitioner is entitled to the presence of a support person of his or her choice.
(3) Subsection (1)(b) is subject to section 154.