Policies for practitioners with conditions on registration
Occasionally, a condition will be imposed on a practitioner’s registration requiring a chaperone to be present in particular circumstances. This publication outlines the protocol for seeking our approval of chaperones and for demonstrating compliance with the condition.
The above policy sets out the requirements of a practitioner subject to mentor conditions.
The above position statement sets out the criteria we apply when considering approval of a mentor and the our expectations of an approved mentor.
The above policy sets out the requirements of a practitioner subject to a supervision condition.
The above information sheet outlines considerations when imposing supervision conditions.
The above position statement sets out our expectations of an approved supervisor and the criteria we apply when considering approval of a supervisor.
Policies and handbooks for members and staff
Policies for members and staff are provided by the Health Professional Councils Authority to all health professional councils. They can be found here.
In addition, we have adopted the Conditions Handbook. This a resource to assist our members in the drafting of conditions (and orders).
Useful links for Chinese Medicine practitioners
The policies of the following organisations also impact the work of Chinese medicine practitioners in NSW:
Breach management guidelines
The breach management guidelines for health service providers and other stakeholders in NSW explains how to deal with breaches of registration conditions.
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