The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Accreditation Committee undertakes wide-ranging consultation on the content of accreditation standards.
Where there are consultations open for input, they will be shown below.
Where there are consultations which have closed, they will be shown under Past Accreditation Consultations, along with the submissions that were received.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Accreditation Committee is undertaking public consultation on its draft proposed professional capabilities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioners, as part of its project to develop revised accreditation standards.
Released: 15 July 2019
Closes: 9 September 2019
The Accreditation Committee is consulting on its draft proposed professional capabilities, and invites feedback from education providers, practitioners, other stakeholders and the community.
Submissions will be published at the close of the project, anticipated for early 2020.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice Accreditation Committee is a member of the Health Professions Accreditation Collaborative Forum (Forum).
The Forum has been undertaking a project to ensure all graduates of entry-level health practitioner programs are educated to a foundational level in the safe and effective use of medicines, as appropriate to their scope of practice. To achieve this aim, the Forum has developed a framework for accreditation requirements for the safe and effective use of medicines, which is proposed for adoption across the professions.
The Forum is seeking stakeholder views on the proposed framework, which is presented along with a set of consultation questions in the discussion document available on the Forum website. Public submissions can be made during the six week consultation period from Tuesday 9 October to Tuesday 20 November 2018.