Public consultation on clearer regulation of medical practitioners who provide complementary and unconventional medicine and emerging treatments

Released: 15 February 2019
Closed: 12 April 2019

Please note: This consultation was extended until 30 June 2019 to enable stakeholders to provide their feedback.

Public consultation on complementary and unconventional medicine and emerging treatments (330 KB,PDF), Word version (713 KB,DOCX)

The Board received almost 13,500 submissions.

The Board has published a consultation submission report which outlines the consultation process and provides information about the submissions received and published. It does not include thematic analysis of the feedback.

The Board has published nearly 10,000 submissions. Some stakeholders requested that their submission remain in confidence. Due to the large volume, submissions cannot all be published as individual documents. Submissions from organisations are listed alphabetically below. All other submissions are available in combined PDFs as listed below. Some submissions have been published with the person’s name withheld or removed. More information about which submissions are published and the way they are published is in the consultation report. 

If you made a submission but cannot find your name in the submissions below, the submission may have been published without your name under ‘name withheld’ or ‘name removed’. If you cannot find whether your submission has been published on this page, please email medboardconsultation@ahpra.gov.au for assistance.

Disclaimer: The Board publishes submissions to be transparent and support public debate. The views expressed in the submissions are those of the individuals or organisations who submit them and their publication does not imply any acceptance of, or agreement with, these views by the Board. 

Submissions from organisations and joint submissions

Submissions from individuals

Integrative medicine hardcopy submissions

Submissions received via Our choice

Submissions received via Your health, your choice (YHYC)

 
 
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