To help the National Scheme protect the public the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (the National Law) includes provisions about advertising regulated health services. In this section you can find out how advertising regulation works under the National Law, about our advertising guidelines and other useful information about advertising for registered health practitioner and consumers.
This guidance is to help advertisers understand and meet their obligations under the National Law when using social media.
Ahpra publications are listed on this page.
The annual report of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the National Boards details our work to implement the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (National Scheme).
Under the National Law, the Boards and AHPRA work in partnership to implement the National Scheme, each with specific roles, powers and responsibilities set down in the National Law.
Accreditation reference publications are developed by AHPRA in collaboration with accreditation authorities and the National Boards.
Our newsletter, Ahpra Report, is emailed periodically to provide updates on the work of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra). View past issues and subscribe to receive this helpful resource.
This section contains Ahpra’s procedures and processes for developing accreditation standards, registration standards, managing conflicts of interest, consultation and the Guide for National Boards developing applications seeking approval of endorsements in relation to scheduled medicines.
A table of panel hearing decisions since July 2010. Summaries have been provided where there is educational and clinical value.
Summaries of selected tribunal cases relevant to health practitioner regulation. A full library of published hearing decisions from adjudication bodies (other than panels) relating to complaints and notifications made about health practitioners or students are available on the AustLII website.