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  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in NT - NT Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    because a practitioner has taken steps to voluntarily address issues of concern. ... 0.0%. Informed consent. 0. 116. 0.0%. Medico-legal conduct. 0. 146. 0.0%.
    Date published 13 February 2017
    www.ahpra.gov.au/annualreport/2016/html/state-summaries/nt-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
  • Interim policy on spinal manipulation for infants and young children

    Chiropractic Board
    known, and a final policy is developed on the issue. ... understand that children have significant anatomical, physiological, developmental and psychological differences and…
    Date published 16 July 2019
    www.chiropracticboard.gov.au/Codes-guidelines/Position-statements/Interim-policy-on-spinal-manipul...
  • Ahpra - Regulatory guide - a full guide

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    Under section 11 of the National Law, the Ministerial Council may issue Ahpra and National Boards with policy directions. ... Serious performance issues Successive serious…
    Date published 12 May 2021
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  • 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
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in South Australia - SA Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    because a practitioner has taken steps to voluntarily address issues of concern. ... 1.1%. Informed consent. 1. 116. 0.9%. Medico-legal conduct. 4. 146. 2.7%.
    Date published 13 February 2017
    www.ahpra.gov.au/annualreport/2016/html/state-summaries/sa-part-2.html
  • November 2016

    Chiropractic Board
    responding to questions from patients and keeping them informed about their clinical progress. ... Some of the things commonly taken into consideration in these types of
    Date published 1 January 2010
    www.chiropracticboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/November-2016.aspx
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in WA - WA Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    because a practitioner has taken steps to voluntarily address issues of concern. ... 11.5%. Informed consent. 9. 116. 7.8%. Medico-legal conduct. 11. 146. 7.5%.
    Date published 13 February 2017
    www.ahpra.gov.au/annualreport/2016/html/state-summaries/wa-part-2.html
  • May 2015

    Chiropractic Board
    The ACORN project will help provide evidence around a range of issues including the safety, efficacy and affordability of chiropractic. ... Those who do consent will receive…
    Date published 1 January 2010
    www.chiropracticboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/May-2015.aspx
  • Panel hearing summary 2012.0148

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    Failure to provide adequate or accurate information. Lack of consent. Failure to communicate openly, honestly, and effectively. ... failed to comply with clause 3.5 of the…
    Date published 17 April 2014
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Panel-decisions/Panel-hearing-summary-2012-0148.aspx
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