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AHPRA Code of conduct review

  • 18 December 2017

    The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner Board of Australia (the Board) have commenced a review of their Code of conduct. This document puts into words what best practice looks like for 11 of the health professions that are regulated in the same way under the National Law. If someone makes a complaint about a registered Health Practitioner’s health, conduct or performance, it is the Code of conduct (and the other registration standards) that they will be measured against in an investigation.

    It is important that registered Health Practitioners are familiar with the code and work within it at all times, no matter what they are employed to do

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    Kind Regards

    Michelle Elwell
    Research Officer