ANMAC Re-entry to practice Registered Nurse Accreditation Standards Consultation 1
1st April 2021
The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) is reviewing the Re-entry to the Register Registered Nurse Accreditation Standards 2014. These standards are used to assess and accredit programs of study offered to previously registered Registered Nurses who no longer meet the NMBA’s Recency of Practice Registration Standard.
Quality Accreditation standards are the foundation of the accreditation system developed by ANMAC. All ANMAC accreditation standards are regularly reviewed to ensure they are contemporary and aligned with Australian and international best practice. The accreditation standards are reviewed in line with ANMAC’s Protocol for the review of nursing and midwifery accreditation standards and developed through consultation with stakeholders.
ANMAC would greatly appreciate your input into the review by responding to the questions in consultation paper 1. ANMAC also invites you to share this information with relevant people or organisations in your network.
The consultation period will close on Wednesday, 12 May 2021.
Responses to the consultation paper can be provided via the survey or written submission emailed to email@example.com.
Please note all written submissions should include this form. Responses to the consultation are placed on the ANMAC website if you do not wish your submission to be viewed please mark it as confidential. Further information on the review is available on our website.
ANMAC values your contribution to the review and development of the Re-entry to Practice Registered Nurse Accreditation Standards and appreciates your help circulating this important information throughout your networks.