Where there are consultations which have closed, they will be shown below along with the individual submissions that were received and considered.
Where there are consultations which are open for input, they will be shown under Current Consultations.
The Pharmacy Board of Australia invited the public and stakeholders to provide feedback on a discussion paper about pharmacist prescribing.
Released: 4 March 2019
Closed: 15 April 2019
The Pharmacy Board of Australia has published a consultation paper on the draft guideline for informing a National Board about where you practise.
Released: 13 April 2018
Closes: 25 May 2018
Submissions received are available on the Past Consultations page of the AHPRA website.
National Boards and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) have completed public consultation as part of a scheduled review of accreditation arrangements from mid-2019, when the current terms of assignment of accreditation functions end.
Released: 17 April 2018
Closed: 14 May 2018
Submissions and a brief consultation report are available on the Past Consultations page of the AHPRA website.
The Pharmacy Board of Australia invited feedback on the public consultation on draft revisions to the guidance in the section titled 'Expiry of compounded parenteral medicines' contained in the Board's published Guidelines on compounding of medicines.
Released: 1 February 2016
Closed: 30 March 2016
The Pharmacy Board of Australia undertook a review of the following Board guidelines:
Released: 6 March 2015
Closed: 1 May 2015
National Boards released for public consultation draft guidelines on the regulatory management of registered health practitioners and students infected with blood-borne viruses.
Released: 24 July 2014
Closed: 26 September 2014
Submissions received will be available on the Past Consultations page of the AHPRA website.
The Pharmacy Board of Australia undertook public consultation on a review of the following guidelines:
Released: 28 April 2014
Closed: 30 June 2014
The Pharmacy Board of Australia undertook public consultation on a review of the following document:
The Pharmacy Board of Australia undertook public consultation on a review of the above registration standards and guidelines.
National Boards are undertaking public consultation on a review of the English language skills and Criminal history registration standards.
Released: 25 October 2013
Closed: 23 December 2013
Please provide written submissions by email, marked ‘Consultation - registration standards' to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business on 23 December 2013.
Submissions received can be found on the Past consultations page on the AHPRA website.
All National Boards have undertaken further public consultation on a proposal to refine international criminal history checks.
Released: 2 October 2013
Closed: 31 October 2013
Released: 4 April 2013
Closed: 30 May 2013
The consultation paper included:
Released: 20 September 2012
Closed: 2 November 2012
Released: 25 June 2012
Closed: 17 August 2012
Released: 23 April 2012
Closed: 22 June 2012
The Pharmacy Board of Australia called for submissions of comment regarding a minor amendment to the Code of Conduct for registered health practitioners.
Released: 4 April 2011
Closed: 27 May 2011
The Pharmacy Board of Australia called for submissions of comment regarding a Review of Guidelines on practice-specific issues – Guideline 1 References.
Released: 29 September 2010
Closed: 29 October 2010
The Pharmacy Board of Australia called for submissions of comment regarding a draft guideline on responsibilities of pharmacists when practising as proprietors.
Public submissions are available on this website for transparency on our consultations regarding important matters affecting pharmacists.
We publish submissions in their original format as made by the submitter. If you have difficulty accessing a submission, please contact AHPRA at email@example.com, and we will try to contact the submitter to provide an accessible version of their submission for your reference.
Please note that submitters are asked to provide their submissions to our public consultations in web accessible formats, and we guide them on how this can be achieved. We will update inaccessible submissions on this website when accessible format versions of files become available.