The National Scheme engagement strategy 2020-2025 outlines our goal of building trust and confidence of practitioners and the public. The strategy aims to build the trust and confidence of our key stakeholders in our work to protect public health and safety.
The strategy supports the vision, mission and strategic themes of our National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (NRAS) Strategy 2020-25. The strategy expands on the National Scheme strategic theme of ‘Trust and confidence’ and its purpose is to support Ahpra and the National Boards to deliver on the goals and objectives of the National Scheme strategy.
The engagement strategy:
Read more on our Engagement strategy page.
Ahpra is a designated World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Health Workforce Regulation.
There are over 800 institutions in more than 80 Member States working with the WHO on areas ranging from non-communicable and communicable diseases, to mental health, health technologies and building the health workforce of the future. We work in partnership with the WHO to promote best practice in health workforce regulation and promote access to quality healthcare.
Read more on our Collaboration with the World Health Organization.
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (the Commission), the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra) and the National Boards have been working on a joint project to explore whether there are opportunities to improve the consumer experience of making a health complaint in Australia.
The Commission and Ahpra initiated this work together because both agencies work across the health system using governance frameworks that support consultation with all jurisdictions.
Read more on our Joint project – Consumer health complaints page.
Ahpra and the National Boards regularly consult with advisory groups to gather feedback, information and advice on a wide range of issues.
Visit our Advisory groups page for more information.