These regulatory principles underpin the work of the National Boards and Ahpra in regulating Australia’s registered
health practitioners, in the public interest. They shape our thinking about regulatory decision-making and have been
designed to encourage a culturally safe and responsive, risk-based approach to regulation across all professions.
The regulatory principles consider community expectations and reflect ministerial directions.
Download a PDF version of the Regulatory principles
The National Scheme Strategy 2020-25 describes the vision, purpose, values and strategic themes that guide our work as we continue to evolve to meet the needs of our stakeholders
The Regulatory guide, which sets out how Boards manage notifications about the health, performance and conduct of practitioners.
The National Scheme Engagement strategy 2020-25 to build the trust and confidence of key stakeholders in the work of the National Boards and Ahpra to protect public health and safety.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy which strives to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People have access to health services that are culturally safe and free from racism.