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  • 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
  • Panel hearing summary 2012.0082

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    appropriate informed consent for the treatment; and did not make a file note indicating that verbal consent had been given.
    Date published 17 April 2014
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Panel-decisions/Panel-hearing-summary-2012-0082.aspx
  • Panel hearing summary 2012.0155

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    the examination was inappropriate as the doctor did not obtain informed consent or provide prior adequate information, did not provide the patient with a cover sheet or gown…
    Date published 22 April 2014
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Panel-decisions/Panel-hearing-summary-2012-0155.aspx
  • 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
  • February 2013

    Chiropractic Board
    This edition of the newsletter includes notes on cases about consent, self-referral, treatment claims and spinal screenings. ... obtain proper informed consent for any…
    Date published 1 January 2010
    www.chiropracticboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/February-2013.aspx
  • October 2019

    Chiropractic Board
    When treating patients, practitioners must obtain informed consent for the care they provide and are expected to discuss the evidence for different treatment options.
    Date published 30 October 2019
    www.chiropracticboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/October-2019.aspx
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in NT - NT Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    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
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in South Australia - SA Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    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
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in WA - WA Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    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
  • Part 2: The National Scheme at work in the ACT - ACT Annual Report Summary 2015/16

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    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
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