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The Paramedicine Board releases its latest communique.Read More
The National Registration and Accreditation Scheme regulates more than 709,000 registered health practitioners and over 150,000 registered students across 15 health professions. It also accredits over 740 approved programs of study delivered by over 330 education providers.Read More
Tomorrow paramedicine becomes a regulated profession.Read More
The Paramedicine Board of Australia announces accreditation arrangements for the paramedicine profession.Read More
The Paramedicine Board releases its latest communiques.Read More
To help with the transition of the paramedicine profession into the National Regulation and Accreditation Scheme, the Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board) has released a Transitional arrangements policy for the English language skills registration standard (English language standard).Read More
Changes to the national Register of practitioners will make it easier to access public information about health practitioners across Australia.Read More
When paramedicine becomes a regulated profession on 1 December 2018 all practising paramedics must be registered with the Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Paramedicine Board).Read More
At today’s COAG Health Council meeting, the Ministerial Council announced that national regulation of paramedicine will start on 1 December 2018. Read More
To support the transition of the paramedicine profession into regulation, the Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board) is introducing an expanded Supervised practice framework for paramedics (the framework).
National regulation of paramedicine will start in late 2018.
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) invites experienced parties to develop and deliver Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural safety training by either a sole supplier who can deliver services nationally or a panel of suppliers locally.Read More
Next week the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) will start to receive applications for paramedic registration in preparation for the start of paramedic regulation under the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (National Scheme) later this year.Read More
From late 2018, paramedics must be registered with the Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board) and meet the Board's registration standards in order to practise in Australia.Read More
Applications are being sought from health practitioners who hold registration with one of the 15 regulated health professions as well as active and engaged consumers or community advisors.Read More
The Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board) invites paramedics and stakeholders to a forum to find out more about the national regulation of paramedicine and what it means for you.Read More
This week, a landmark commitment is being launched to help achieve equity in health outcomes between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and other Australians to close the gap by 2031.Read More
To help the profession get ready for national regulation later this year, the Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board) is pleased to announce the date registration opens.Read More
The Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board) has approved an interim set of codes, guidelines and policies that outline the professional standards for the profession. Read More
Applications for expressions of interest have now closed.Read More
New national registration standards for paramedics take effect today in readiness for the national registration of all paramedics.Read More
Some AHPRA offices will be closed on Monday 7 May 2018 due to public holidays.Read More
The Paramedicine Board of Australia has published a consultation paper on the draft guideline for informing a National Board about where you practise. Read More
National Boards and AHPRA have started a process to consider accreditation arrangements from mid-2019, when the current term of assignment of accreditation functions ends.Read More
On Tuesday 6 February we ran a one-hour webinar on the proposed registration standards all paramedics will have to meet to practise in Australia later this year.Read More
AHPRA ACT office will be closed on Friday 2 February 2018 due to office relocation.Read More
Your opportunity to have a say on the national standards that all paramedics need to meet later this year closes on 8 February 2018. Read More
Public consultation opened today on the registration standards that paramedics must meet once paramedicine joins the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (National Scheme) in late 2018.Read More
The Paramedicine Board releases its first communique.Read More
The national regulation of paramedicine moves a step closer with the appointment of the first Paramedicine Board of Australia (the Board).Read More
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and National Boards welcome the passage of legislative reforms to establish the Paramedicine Board of Australia and introduce additional measures to protect the public.Read More