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 health care.
As a WHO collaborating centre, Ahpra:
The Western Pacific Regional Network of Health Workforce Regulators is a vital part of our collaborating centre. With members from over 20 countries in the region, it aims to promote good practice regulation and cross-country learning on health workforce regulation. To find out more about the regional network, including how to get involved, click here.
The Western Pacific Regional Network of Health Workforce Regulators has announced its meeting dates for 2023.
World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Health Workforce Regulation
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