Podiatry Board of Australia
Podiatry Board of Australia
 

Current Consultations

The Board undertakes wide-ranging consultation on proposals that affect the profession.

Where there are consultations open for input, they will be shown below.

Where there are consultations which have closed, they will be shown under Past Consultations, along with the submissions that were received.


Public consultation on a review of the following registration standard and guidelines:

  • Registration standard: Endorsement for scheduled medicines
  • Guidelines: Endorsement for scheduled medicines

The Podiatry Board of Australia is seeking feedback from the profession, stakeholders and the community on a proposed revised endorsement for scheduled medicines registration standard and related guidelines.

Released: 14 October 2016
Closes: 9 December 2016

To provide feedback, please provide written submissions by email, marked ‘Consultation – Endorsement for scheduled medicines’ to podiatryconsultation@ahpra.gov.au by close of business on Friday 9 December 2016.

Please provide submissions in Word format (or equivalent *).

Submissions will generally be published unless you request otherwise. The National Boards publish submissions on their websites to encourage discussion and inform the community and stakeholders. There may be circumstances under which submissions may not be published. Please refer to the consultation paper for details of how submissions will be treated. Submissions received in response to a consultation are published under Past Consultations.

* You are welcome to supply a PDF file of your feedback in addition to the Word (or equivalent) file, however we request that you do supply a text or Word file. As part of an effort to meet international website accessibility guidelines, AHPRA and National Boards are striving to publish documents in accessible formats (such as Word), in addition to PDFs. More information about this is available on the Accessibility page on the AHPRA website.


The Boards publish submissions received on their websites to encourage discussion and inform the community and stakeholders, unless requested otherwise. There may be circumstances under which submissions may not be published. Please refer to the consultation paper for details of how submissions will be treated. Submissions received in response to a consultation are published under Past Consultations.

 
 
 
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