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  • Background information: The advertising provisions of the National Law

    Chiropractic Board
    Healthcare decisions made in the context of evidence-based practice must be adequately underpinned by proper informed consent. ... As set out in section 3.5 of the Code, the
    Date published 16 July 2019
    www.chiropracticboard.gov.au/Codes-guidelines/Position-statements/Background-info-advertising-law.aspx
  • Telehealth guidance for practitioners

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    act in accordance with the standards set out in your professions’ Code of conduct or equivalent including expectations about confidentiality and privacy, informed consent,…
    Date published 1 January 2007
    www.ahpra.gov.au/News/COVID-19/Workforce-resources/Telehealth-guidance-for-practitioners.aspx
  • Promotion of COVID-19 vaccinations: further information for healthcare practitioners and other advertisers

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    National Boards expect all health practitioners to use their professional judgement and the best available evidence in practice, including when providing information to their …
    Date published 1 January 2006
    www.ahpra.gov.au/News/2021-06-17-TGA-and-Ahpra-statement.aspx
  • Part 1: Decision-making in the NT - NT Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    boundary violations, and significant conditions being placed on another medical practitioner who had conducted examinations on two patients without obtaining informed
    Date published 13 February 2017
    www.ahpra.gov.au/annualreport/2016/html/state-summaries/nt-part-1.html
  • June 2013

    Chiropractic Board
    Like all health practitioners, chiropractors must take particular care to gain informed consent when managing the care of children and young people. ... evidence of…
    Date published 1 January 2010
    www.chiropracticboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/June-2013.aspx
  • Fact sheet on injectables

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    Know which questions to ask and what to look out for, so you can make an informed decision. ... They must also explain the possible risks and seek your informed consent.
    Date published 1 January 2002
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Cosmetic-surgery-and-procedures/Injectables.aspx
  • December 2020

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    His employer informed Ahpra in November 2016 that Mr Burrows  had been arrested and was being held in custody. ... The way that the NMBA is using the data and evidence that…
    Date published 18 December 2020
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Ahpra-newsletter/December-2020.aspx
  • July 2013

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    We are working closely with all National Boards to make sure practitioners are prepared, informed and supported. ... Like all health practitioners, chiropractors must take…
    Date published 1 January 2005
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Ahpra-newsletter/July-2013.aspx
  • Resources – helping you understand mandatory notifications

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    No. You are not expected to treat a practitioner-patient different to how you would treat other patients. ... the breach is obvious, for example, falsifying informed consent
    Date published 4 March 2020
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Notifications/mandatorynotifications/Resources-to-help-you/Resources.aspx
  • Graduate FAQ

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    If you’re unsure about your expected completion date, please contact your education provider.. ... This is because you give consent for Ahpra to conduct a criminal history…
    Date published 1 January 2010
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Registration/Graduate-Applications/Graduate-FAQ.aspx
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