22 Mar 2018
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (the Board) has released its report for 2016/17.
One of the main focuses for the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (the Board) during the year was to ensure practitioners are aware of their professional obligations as registered practitioners through continuing engagement via interstate practitioner forums. It has also broadened input through the Chinese Medicine Reference Group.
The Board has worked on strengthening its planning process, supporting Board development and sharing knowledge and experience with international regulators.
Significant professional/policy issues have been:
Operationally, the Board continues to improve processes and consolidate its financial position, while freezing annual registration fees for the benefit of practitioners.
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