Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia
Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia
 

Supervised practice

Some registered practitioners may be required to undertake supervised practice by the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia (the Board).

Supervised practice enables practitioners to provide medical radiation services under the supervision of a medical radiation practitioner who holds general registration.

Practitioners must hold a type of registration issued by the Board to undertake a program of supervised practice required to attain general registration or to satisfy conditions of their registration.

The supervised practice arrangements for medical radiation practice are provided by the approved registration standard which is complimented by guidelines and a program guide.

All supervisors and supervised practitioners should take the time to read through the following:

Document name PDF Accessible format Date of effect
Supervised Practice Registration Standard PDF (49.2KB) Word version 
(481KB,DOCX)
June 2014
Supervised practice guidelines PDF (83.2KB) Word version 
(106KB,DOCX)
June 2014
Provisional registration guidelines PDF (43.8KB) Word version 
(88.7KB,DOCX)
June 2014
Supervised practice program guide PDF (191KB) Word version
(488KB,DOCX)
November 2014

Supervised practice programs are provided to ensure practitioners meet the requirements of registration and are capable of safe, independent practice.

The supervised practice program is administered by AHPRA on behalf of the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia (the Board). This is the only supervised practice program approved by the Board. The Supervised practice program guide below outlines the program requirements. Graduates and supervisors are encouraged to become familiar with the guide.

Queries regarding supervised practice should be sent to mrpsupervisedpractice@ahpra.gov.au.

 
 
 
Page reviewed 8/12/2015