Venue Details for Information Sessions

27 Jan 2012

The Medical Radiation Practice Board releases its information session schedule regarding national registration and more.

Further details for the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia Information Sessions in NSW and SA have now been released. Please note that the previously advertised Nowra forum will not go ahead, but a session will be planned in Orange instead.

Bookings are essential for these sessions - please email Akemi at Akemi.Pham-Vu@ahpra.gov.au and let her know which session you plan to attend, with the subject heading MRPBA info session.

Do you have a question?

Prior to the information sessions the Board is keen to collate questions practitioners may want answered during the forums.
Please send questions you would like answered to Akemi.Pham-Vu@ahpra.gov.au by COB 9 February 2012.

 

New South Wales

Date 

Time 

NSW Location 

Venue 
 

Mon 20 Feb 2012 

6 - 8 pm 

Sydney Metro 

Four Points Sheraton,
Grand Ballroom 

Thur 23 Feb 2012 

5:30pm - 7:30pm 

Newcastle 

John Hunter Hospital,
Large lecture theatre, Ground floor 
 

Fri 24 Feb 2012 

5:30pm- 7:30pm 

Coffs Harbour  

Coffs Health Campus,
Education Room 016, Level 1 
 

Mon 27 Feb 2012 

5:30pm-7:30pm 

Tamworth 

Tamworth Base Hospital,
University Department of Rural Health Seminar Room 

Tue 28 Feb 2012 

5.30 – 7.30pm 

Wagga Wagga 

Charles Sturt University,
Wal Fyfe Lecture Theatre, building 14 

Wed 29 Feb 2012 

6pm - 8pm 

Wollongong 

Wollongong Hospital,
Auditorium, Level 8 

 

South Australia 

Date 

Time 

SA Location 

Venue 
 

Fri 24 Feb 2012  

5:30pm-7:30pm 

Adelaide 

AHPRA office,
121 King William St, Adelaide 
 

Sat 25 Feb 2012 

9am-11am 

Adelaide 

Royal Adelaide Hospital,
Robson Lecture theatre, Eleanor Harrold building 
 

Fri 16 Mar 2012 

1pm-3pm 

Port Pirie 

Port Pirie Hospital
The Terrace, Port Pirie (at the Radiology Dept) 
 


The sessions will cover the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme, and topics such as the National Board and the role of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA). It aims to provide practitioners with a clear understanding of the process and requirements of national registration, including the national standards and process for notifications. Additionally any issues from practitioners’ perspectives regarding registration will be identified and discussed.

 



 

 
 
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