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CPD audit of the podiatry profession to start in February

Discussion in 'Australia' started by APodC, Dec 4, 2013.

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  1. APodC

    APodC Active Member

  2. surfboy

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  3. theaussie

    theaussie Active Member

    We have been advised by the Podiatry Board of Australia that there will be an audit of the podiatry profession in the near future

    Claire Bolge
    Communications & Policy Officer at Australasian Podiatry Council
    From the PBA -

    "From February 2014, the Board in conjunction with AHPRA will commence auditing a random selection of podiatry practitioners against one or more of the Board’s mandatory registration standards. Practitioners who are selected for audit will be required to provide evidence to AHPRA that demonstrates that they meet the relevant registration standards."

    Information for practitioners on the audit process can be found on the Board’s website under the Audit tab on the page: www.podiatryboard.gov.au/Registration-Endorsement/Audit.aspx
    Audit podiatryboard.gov.au
    AHPRA and the National Boards have developed a nationally consistent approach to auditing health practitioners’ compliance with mandatory registration standards. Audits are an important part of the way National Boards and AHPRA can better protect...
     
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