AHPRA

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AHPRAAustralian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Australia)
AHPRAArizona High Power Rocketry Association
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It is the NHAA's position that the lack of statutory regulation of naturopaths and Western herbal medicine practitioners under the National Scheme (through AHPRA, as the agency that supports the National Boards to implement the National Scheme) is the key difference, to naturopaths and Western herbal medicine practitioners' adverse treatment under the policy change (that removes the government rebate to PHIs in relation to a broad range of natural therapies).
* It is our understanding that the lack of statutory regulation of naturopaths and Western Herbal Medicine practitioners under the National Scheme (through AHPRA, as the agency that supports the National Boards to implement the National Scheme) is the key difference, and impediment, to naturopaths and Western Herbal Medicine practitioners' adverse treatment under the policy change (that removes the government rebate to private health insurers in relation to a broad range of natural therapies).
NPs are endorsed by AHPRA and this endorsement appears online in a register (Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency 2013).
Victoria's acting health minister, Martin Foley, said Ahpra's investigation into Piesse began 12 months ago and that he was concerned it was taking so long, saying it was "not good enough".
Reporting FTP issues to Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA): A question asked by participants was "Can the university report FTP issues to AHPRA?" Australian universities are mandated to disclose issues of student 'notifiable conduct' to AHPRA.
Similar legislation is not available for the reporting of 'notifiable conduct' by another health practitioner unless he or she is an AHPRA registered practitioner.
Care), Masters Nursing, AHPRA Endorsed Nurse Practitioner (Chronic Disease) frank.grainer@health.qld.gov.au
The state and territory boards made decisions regarding registrations (AHPRA 2010).
Nursing is a discipline that requires nursing students to demonstrate a minimum standard of 'competency' to gain registration as health professionals with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) and to practise as registered nurses (APHRA 2012).
(64) Each identified expert was cross-checked by searching a national register of health practitioners maintained by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency ('AHPRA'), which is online and publicly accessible.
The new scheme was five years in the making, commencing with a 435 page report commissioned by the Council of Australian Governments and prepared by the Australian Productivity Commission in 2005 entitled "Australia's Health Workforce." (9) This led to the establishment of the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) (10) covering the registration of all health professionals and the accreditation of providers of health education and training.