Where there are consultations which have closed, they will be shown below along with the individual submissions that were received and considered.
Where there are consultations which are open for input, they will be shown under Current Consultations.
The 14 National Boards in the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (the National Scheme) released for public consultation draft guidelines on the regulatory management of registered health practitioners and students infected with blood-borne viruses.
Released: 24 July 2014
Closed: 26 September 2014
Submissions will be published soon.
National Boards have undertaken public consultation on a review of the English language skills and Criminal history registration standards.
Released: 25 October 2013
Closed: 23 December 2013
All National Boards have undertaken further public consultation on a proposal to refine international criminal history checks.
Released: 1 October 2013
Closed: 31 October 2013
Submissions to this consultation are provided below. AHPRA and National Board’s response to the consultation feedback is also included.
Released: 4 April 2013
Closed: 30 May 2013
The 14 National Boards in the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (the National Scheme) consulted on the following proposed guidelines:
Most Boards also consulted on a revised Code of conduct (either the code shared by most National Boards, or for some Boards there is a profession-specific code). Boards that did not consult on their code as part of this consultation were the Medical Board of Australia and Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.
Below is a compilation of information about board-specific codes of conduct to assist stakeholders of multiple National Boards.
Released: 22 February 2013
Closed: 5 April 2013
This consultation paper welcomed feedback on the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme - Data access and research policy.
The policy established a consistent approach to requests for data access and research participation across the National Scheme in accordance with the National Law and the regulatory functions of the National Boards.
Submissions to the public consultation on international criminal history checks are progressively being published. If an organisation or individual has asked that their submission made during the preliminary consultation phase be considered in the public consultation phase, then these submissions will also be published.
Submissions to the public consultation are published below. If an organisation or individual has asked that their submission made during the preliminary consultation phase be considered in the public consultation phase, then these submissions are also published.
Public submissions are available on this website for transparency on our consultations regarding important matters affecting health practitioners.
We publish submissions in their original format as made by the submitter. If you have difficulty accessing a submission, please contact AHPRA at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will try to contact the submitter to provide an accessible version of their submission for your reference.
Please note that submitters are asked to provide their submissions to our public consultations in web accessible formats, and we guide them on how this can be achieved. We will update inaccessible submissions on this website when accessible format versions of files become available.