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  • Media Releases

    Optometry Board
    New social media guide. Published 11 November 2019. ... The National Boards will consult publicly on social media policy in coming months - 7 September 2012 (76.3 KB,PDF).
    Date published 29 June 2022
    www.optometryboard.gov.au/News/Media-Releases.aspx
  • July 2019

    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
    The Chiropractic Board’s interim policy is available as a position statement under Codes and guidelines on the Board’s website. ... His article, ‘Australia must embrace…
    Date published 1 January 2007
    www.ahpra.gov.au/Publications/Ahpra-newsletter/July-2019.aspx
  • March 2014

    Pharmacy Board
    Revised guidelines, code and policy released, effective from March 2014. ... a new Social media policy. The documents contain important information for all registered health…
    Date published 31 October 2019
    www.pharmacyboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/March-2014.aspx
  • Revised guidelines, code and policy effective today

    Chinese Medicine Board
    Revised guidelines, code and policy effective today. 17 Mar 2014. Revised guidelines and code of conduct, and a new social media policy, come into effect for all Chinese…
    Date published 17 March 2014
    www.chinesemedicineboard.gov.au/News/2014-03-17-codes-and-guidelines.aspx
  • May 2021

    Medical Radiation Practice Board
    providing accurate information and advice about COVID-19 vaccination including in social media and advertising. ... There is no place for anti-vaccination messages in…
    Date published 26 May 2021
    www.medicalradiationpracticeboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/May-2021.aspx
  • December 2020

    Paramedicine Board
    In using social media, you should be aware of your obligations under the National Law and your Board’s Code of conduct. ... For more information see: Social media: How to…
    Date published 21 December 2020
    www.paramedicineboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/December-2020.aspx
  • April 2014

    Medical Board
    website or in social media over which they do NOT have control. ... This means practitioners are not responsible for removing (or trying to have removed) unsolicited…
    Date published 1 January 2006
    www.medicalboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/April-2014.aspx
  • June 2012

    Pharmacy Board
    For example, issues of confidentiality, privacy and therapeutic boundaries can be threatened in various ways by social media use. ... The Australian Health Practitioner…
    Date published 31 October 2019
    www.pharmacyboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/June-2012.aspx
  • September 2020

    Optometry Board
    For more information, see Ahpra’s Appropriate use of social media during the pandemic. ... In using social media, health practitioners should be aware of their obligations…
    Date published 1 January 2010
    www.optometryboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/September-2020.aspx
  • August 2021

    Occupational Therapy Board
    They must always communicate professionally and respectfully with and about others, including when using social media. ... providing accurate information and advice about…
    Date published 1 January 2008
    www.occupationaltherapyboard.gov.au/News/Newsletters/August-2021.aspx
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