In this webinar, we will explore the very important AHPRA requirement to mandatory report a health practitioner whose practice is a risk to the public .
Critically, your report should be free of bias or partiality. We will also look at some of the legal ramifications if you don't make a notification. Current and relevant case scenarios will be thoroughly analysed and discussed to highlight this very important notification requirement which is at the heart of patient safety.
- Recognise what constitutes a mandatory report
- Identify situations where a mandatory report is necessary
- Implement a practice procedure to discuss with MIPS a mandatory report scenario
Russell Ball is the Director at Ball + Partners one of the MIPS panel layers. Russell brings over 40 years of experience as an expert medical lawyer in the Victorian jurisdiction. Russell has assisted many MIPS members with Coroner's inquests, disciplinary matters with AHPRA, investigations and reviews by Medicare and Professional Services Review.
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|1 Core PDP||1 hour CPD||2 Cat 2 Pts|
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