The Board will undertake wide-ranging consultation on proposals that affect the profession.
Links to consultation documents will be provided as they are developed.
Where there are consultations which have closed, they will be shown under Past Consultations, along with the submissions that were received.
The Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia (the Board) is consulting on the revised national exam guidelines. The national exam assesses whether a candidate can meet the minimum requirements for safe practice in the profession. The draft revised National exam guidelines aligns to the structure of the revised Professional capabilities for medical radiation practice and describes a candidate’s obligations in connection with the national exam including the exam rules, eligibility requirements, and the pass mark.
Released: 26 April 2021
Closes: 25 June 2021
Consultation paper – draft revised National exam guidelines (456 KB,PDF), Word version (278KB,DOCX)
The revised Code of conduct shared by 12 National Boards is open for public consultation until 6 July 2021. The National Boards invite practitioners, stakeholders and the community to give feedback on the revised Code of conduct.
A consultation paper that includes an overview of the review, case studies, high level overviews of the proposed changes to the revised Code and optional questions that may help frame your feedback is available. Links to the following consultation documents are available below.
We encourage you to use the online submission form to provide your feedback.
However, if this is not possible, you may make a written submission using the above submission template (Word document). Written submissions should be emailed to email@example.com, marked ‘Consultation – shared Code of conduct’.
The Boards will be accepting submissions until close of business (AEST) Tuesday 6 July 2021.
To help promote safe and effective care the following National Boards share the Code of conduct (the Code) that sets out their expectations of professional behaviour and conduct for registered health practitioners.
The code is being updated to make sure it continues to reflect the standard of conduct and behaviour expected of registered health practitioners by the National Boards, and so that the public can better understand the expected conduct of practitioners. The revised code aims to be a relevant and useful resource for practitioners, while being more accessible to the public
Released: 11 May 2021
Closes: 6 July 2021