News (August 2012)

Special Presentation: Professional Issues for Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioners after 1st July 2012

7th August 12

1 July 2012 heralds a new era in the history of Chinese medicine development in Australia, with the commencement of statutory registration of Chinese medicine practitioners. From this day forth, only those whose credentials meet the required standards will be registered and allowed to practice legally. Furthermore registered Chinese medicine practitioners are required to practice under the legislative framework in Australia. As registered Chinese medicine practitioners, we should strive to observe the law and conscientiously fulfill our obligations and responsibilities whilst exercising caution in the use of our powers. To help members better understand the Codes of conduct and guidelines with which they must comply after registration, NSWACM, in association with the FCMA, is organising an special presentation on Sunday 29 July 2012 at Auburn RSL Club Sydney NSW. This is a very important event and we urge all members to participate. All non-members are welcome.

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