19 Apr 2016
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (the Board) has released its report for 2014/15.
The Board conducted a public consultation in 2014 on guidelines for safe Chinese herbal medicine practice. The Board also held a number of meetings with the profession on its work to balance its obligations to implement the National Law, while also supporting practitioners meet their regulatory responsibilities.
A significant milestone for Chinese medicine in Australia was also reached: grandparenting arrangements – special transitional provisions that provide a possible pathway to registration for existing practitioners who do not have contemporary, approved qualifications – came to an end on 30 June 2015.
Download a copy of the report below:
Chinese medicine regulation at work in Australia - 2014/15 (192 KB,PDF), Word version (53.3 KB,DOCX)