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Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
 

National Registration and Accreditation Scheme Strategy 2011-14

Download a PDF version of the NRAS strategy 2011-2014 (999 KB,PDF).

Strategy 2011-2014

Our vision

A competent and flexible health workforce that meets the current and future needs of the Australian community.

Our mission

To regulate health practitioners in Australia in the public interest.

Our values

In fulfilling our role:

  • We act in the interest of public health and safety.
  • We work collaboratively to deliver high-quality health regulation.
  • We promote safety and quality in health practice.
  • Our decisions are fair and just.
  • We are accountable for our decisions and actions.
  • Our processes are transparent and consistent.

Key strategic priorities 2011-14

In accordance with the National Law and our values, we will:

  • Ensure the integrity of the National Registers.
  • Drive national consistency of standards, processes and decision-making.
  • Respond efficiently to notifications about the health, performance and conduct of health practitioners.
  • Adopt contemporary business and service delivery models.
  • Engender the confidence and respect of health practitioners.
  • Foster community and stakeholder awareness of and engagement with health practitioner regulation.
  • Use data to monitor and improve policy advice and decision-making.
  • Become a recognised leader in professional regulation.
 
 
 
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