ATMS Complaints Committee

The Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) 
The Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) is the peak professional membership body for non-registered complementary healthcare practitioners.
26 July 2019

Entry-level Competency Standards for Optometry 2020 - Steering Committee

Optometry Australia
Optometry Australia, optometry’s peak professional body representing the largest community of optometrists in Australia is undertaking a full review of the entry-level competencies for optometrists.
26 July 2019

Dietetic Credentialing Council (DCC)

Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)
The Dietetic Credentialing Council (DCC) is an independent Council responsible for the regulatory framework for the dietetic profession in Australia. In fulfilling its function, it provides recommendations to the DAA Board
31 July 2019

Consumer Advisor for ADHA

Australian Digital Health Agency
The Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) invites people from all backgrounds to express their interest in becoming a Consumer Advisor. This opportunity recognises the importance of on-going consumer involvement in the delivery of the National Digital Health Strategy.
2 August 2019

DoH - Natural Therapies Review Expert Advisory Panel (NTREAP)

Department of Health
On 7 April 2019, the Minister for Health announced an updated review of natural therapies. The review will be led by the Australian Government Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Professor Brendan Murphy, and be supported by the Natural Therapies Review Expert Advisory Panel (NTREAP).
5 August 2019

Medicines Australia - Code of Conduct Appeals Committee

Medicines Australia
Medicines Australia is the peak industry body representing Australian research-based pharmaceutical companies. The Code of Conduct (the Code) sets out standards of conduct for pharmaceutical companies engaging in the marketing of prescription medicines products.  Code provisions include standards for appropriate advertising, the behaviour of medical representatives and relationships with health care professionals.  The Code of Conduct Committee considers a range of complaints, and applies penalties and sanctions if the complaint is found to be substantiated. The Code of Conduct Committee makes the initial decision on such complaints.  If there is an appeal against a decision of the Code of Conduct Committee, the Appeals Committee adjudicates on the appeal.
11 August 2019