Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) No 86a
Historical version for 7 January 2011 to 30 June 2011 (accessed 21 November 2014 at 21:26) Current version
Part 7Division 9Section 109

109   Annual statement

(1)  An application for renewal of registration must include or be accompanied by a statement that includes the following—
(a)  a declaration by the applicant that—
(i)  the applicant does not have an impairment; and
(ii)  the applicant has met any recency of practice requirements stated in an approved registration standard for the health profession; and
(iii)  the applicant has completed the continuing professional development the applicant was required by an approved registration standard to undertake during the applicant’s preceding period of registration; and
(iv)  the applicant has not practised the health profession during the preceding period of registration without appropriate professional indemnity insurance arrangements being in place in relation to the applicant; and
(v)  if the applicant’s registration is renewed the applicant will not practise the health profession unless appropriate professional indemnity insurance arrangements are in place in relation to the applicant;
(b)  details of any change in the applicant’s criminal history that occurred during the applicant’s preceding period of registration;
Note. See the definition of criminal history which applies to offences in participating jurisdictions and elsewhere, including outside Australia.
(c)  if the applicant’s right to practise at a hospital or another facility at which health services are provided was withdrawn or restricted during the applicant’s preceding period of registration because of the applicant’s conduct, professional performance or health, details of the withdrawal or restriction of the right to practise;
(d)  if the applicant’s billing privileges were withdrawn or restricted under the Medicare Australia Act 1973 of the Commonwealth during the applicant’s preceding period of registration because of the applicant’s conduct, professional performance or health, details of the withdrawal or restriction of the privileges;
(e)  details of any complaint made about the applicant to a registration authority or another entity having functions relating to professional services provided by health practitioners or the regulation of health practitioners;
(f)  any other information required by an approved registration standard.
(2)  Subsection (1)(a)(ii), (iii) and (iv), (c) and (d) does not apply to an applicant who is applying for the renewal of non-practising registration.
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