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  • Acceptable evidence in health advertising

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    There is an important difference between acceptable evidence for claims made in advertising and the evidence used for clinical decisions about patient care. ... When treating …
    Date published 1 January 2002
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Advertising-hub/Advertising-guidelines-and-other-guidance/Acceptable...
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in Tasmania - Tas Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    622. 24,471. 2.5%. Medical Practitioner: Intensive care medicine. 16. 856. 1.9%. ... 2.3%. Informed consent. 5. 116. 4.3%. Medico-legal conduct. 2. 146. 1.4%.
    Date published 13 February 2017
    www.ahpra.gov.au/annualreport/2016/html/state-summaries/tas-part-2.html
  • May 2015

    Chiropractic Board
    regulating the profession in the public interest. ensuring only suitably qualified practitioners provide care to the Australian public. ... Those who do consent will receive…
    Date published 1 January 2010
    www.chiropracticboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/May-2015.aspx
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in Victoria - Vic Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    5,836. 24,471. 23.8%. Medical Practitioner: Intensive care medicine. 193. 856. 22.5%. ... 26.4%. Informed consent. 24. 116. 20.7%. Medico-legal conduct. 31. 146. 21.2%.
    Date published 13 February 2017
    www.ahpra.gov.au/annualreport/2016/html/state-summaries/vic-part-2.html
  • Panel hearing summary 2012.0174

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    Informed consent - Lack of consent. Clinical care - Other clinical care issue. ... While the panel acknowledged a disagreement between the practitioner and the patient about…
    Date published 22 April 2014
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Panel-decisions/Panel-hearing-summary-2012-0174.aspx
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in Queensland - Qld Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    245. 24,471. 1.0%. Medical Practitioner: Intensive care medicine. 10. 856. 1.2%. ... 10.3%. Informed consent. 17. 116. 14.7%. Medico-legal conduct. 5. 146. 3.4%.
    Date published 13 February 2017
    www.ahpra.gov.au/annualreport/2016/html/state-summaries/qld-part-2.html
  • 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
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in the ACT - ACT Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    37. 1,904. 1.9%. General practice. 426. 24,471. 1.7%. Intensive care medicine. ... 0.0%. Informed consent. 6. 116. 5.2%. Medico-legal conduct. 0. 146. 0.0%.
    Date published 13 February 2017
    www.ahpra.gov.au/annualreport/2016/html/state-summaries/act-part-2.html
  • Panel hearing summary 2012.0082

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    Clinical Care – Inadequate or inappropriate treatment, missed, incorrect or delayed diagnosis. ... appropriate informed consent for the treatment; and did not make a file…
    Date published 17 April 2014
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Panel-decisions/Panel-hearing-summary-2012-0082.aspx
  • Compilation of Board specific documents and information for stakeholders of multiple Boards

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    Health practitioners need to obtain informed consent for the care that they provide to their patients. ... with. e) ensuring that risks of care and alternatives to care are…
    Date published 4 April 2013
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