Ministerial Council Directions and Approvals

The following directions or approvals given by Ministerial Council to the Medical Board of Australia are published In accordance with section 17(2) of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law as in force in each state and territory (the National Law).

Document name PDF  Accessible
format 
Document date 

Approval of the following registration standards:

  • Granting General Registration to Medical practitioners in the Standard Pathway Who Hold an AMC Certificate

  • Registration Standard for Specialist Registration 
PDF (98.9KB)    17 October 2017 
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • Recency of practice.
PDF (129KB)     7 September 2015 
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • Continuing professional development.  
PDF (207KB)    7 September 2015 
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • Professional indemnity insurance arrangements.   
PDF (174KB)    7 September 2015 
Approval of the following revised registration standards:

  • Limited registration for post graduate training or supervised practice
  • Limited registration for area of need
  • Limited registration for teaching or research
  • Limited registration in public interest.   
PDF (430KB)    7 September 2015 
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • English language skills registration standard.
PDF 
(1.10MB) 
  30 April 2015
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • Criminal history registration standard.   
PDF 
(660KB) 
  30 April 2015 
Approval of the revised list of specialties, fields of specialty practice and related specialist titles. PDF 
(258KB) 
Word version 
(15.1 KB,DOCX) 
10 July 2013 
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • Endorsement of registration for acupuncture for registered medical practitioners.
PDF
(405KB)
  28 November 2012
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • Granting general registration as a medical practitioner to Australian and New Zealand medical graduates on completion of intern training.
PDF
(336KB)
  28 November 2012
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • Specialist registration.
PDF
(27.6KB)
  7 June 2011
Approval of the following registration standard:

  • Granting general registration to medical practitioners in the standard pathway who hold an AMC certificate.
PDF
(31.8KB)
  23 February 2011
Approval of the following registration standards:

  • Registration standard for limited registration for teaching or research
  • Registration standard for limited registration in public interest.
PDF
(31.9KB)
  17 June 2010
Approval of the list of specialties, fields of specialty practice and related specialist titles and approval of the following registration standards:

  • Criminal history registration standard
  • English language skills registration standard
  • Professional indemnity registration standard
  • Continuing professional development registration standard
  • Recency of practice registration standard
  • Registration standard for limited registration for postgraduate training or supervised practice
  • Registration standard for limited registration for area of need.
PDF
(42.9KB)
  31 March 2010

A detailed consultation process supported the development of the Board’s registration standards.

 

Exemption from Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

The following documents have been made available on this website in compliance with the National Law and also in the interest of transparency. Wherever possible, the Medical Board of Australia provides web content in accessible formats. However in cases where the documents have been provided by other parties, accessible format files may not be available or be approved for use.

If you have difficulty accessing one of these documents, please contact AHPRA at webservices@ahpra.gov.au, and we will attempt to provide you with an accessible version.

The Medical Board notes that wherever possible, third party organisations are asked to provide documents in accessible formats. The Medical Board will update documents on this website when accessible versions become available.

 
 
Page reviewed 29/11/2017