A vital part of the work of the WHO Collaborating for Health Workforce Regulation is the establishment of the Western Pacific Regional Network of Health Workforce Regulators (‘the regional collaborative network’). The regional collaborative network will promote good practice regulation and cross-country learning on health workforce regulation. Currently, our network has members from over 20 countries in the region, seeking to share knowledge on regulation and working together to improve standards.
Next meeting of the regional collaborative network – 26 November 2019
The fourth meeting of the regional collaborative network will take place on 26 November 2019. The webinar is open to regulators, academics, government officials and policy makers in health workforce in the Western Pacific Region. If you are interested in joining the regional collaborative network, please email WHO_CC_HWR@ahpra.gov.au for more information.
The third webinar of the regional network was held on 06 August 2019.
Listen to the third webinar of the regional collaborative network – 06 August 2019
The third meeting of the regional network was held on the 06 August 2019. View the webinar using the password Who6Aug to access it.
The second webinar of the regional collaborative network was held on 15 May 2019.
Listen to the second webinar of the regional collaborative network - 15 May 2019
There are two key presentations from this webinar that are available to access – please note the following links and that the password for each video is : WHOCC1905
You will need to use the same password to open each video.
Listen to the first webinar of the regional collaborative network – 31 January 2019
The first meeting of the collaborative network occurred on 31 January 2019. View the webinar using the password WHOCCHWR013119 to access it.
Terms of reference
Read the draft Concept note and Terms of Reference for the Western Pacific Regional Network of Health Workforce Regulators:
Links and publications of interest
Here we provide links to websites and publications that may be of interest.