Call for views on how we approach regulation

04 May 2015

National Boards and AHPRA are seeking feedback through an online survey on the regulatory principles that were launched in July last year.

The Regulatory principles describe the National Boards and AHPRA’s approach to regulation. The principles encourage a responsive, risk-based approach to regulation and support consistent, balanced decision-making. The aim of the principles is to foster a considered approach to regulation, reducing the risk of unnecessary and ineffective regulatory action, and focussing resources on areas where the result is harm minimisation. We are inviting members of the public, health consumers, health practitioners and all interested persons to share their views on our regulatory principles through this brief survey. The survey has 11 questions and should only take about five to ten minutes to complete.

The responses to these surveys will inform the ongoing implementation of the principles and how they could be further developed and improved.

Complete the survey by 9am Monday 18 May.*

*Privacy: When you click on this link, you will be taken to a survey on a third party website, hosted by SurveyMonkey. AHPRA is conducting the survey. The survey is anonymous. Responses to the survey will be used to review the Regulatory principles for the National Scheme. The information you provide will be handled in accordance with the privacy policies of Survey Monkey accessible here. Information AHPRA obtains from the survey will be handled in accordance with our Privacy policy.

For more information

  • The Regulatory principles are published on the AHPRA website
  • Read more about the background about the principles here
  • For customer service enquiries: please call 1300 419 495 (overseas callers), 1300 419 495 (within Australia)
  • For media enquiries: (03) 8708 9200
 
 
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