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Keep up to date with NSQHS Standards, other standards and accreditation schemes.

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27 September 2023 | Pathology accreditation standards

Have your say on the National Pathology Accreditation Scheme and help shape the future of accreditation.

6 September 2023 | NSQHS Standards advisories

To describe the minimum requirements for health service organisations’ compliance with Action 3.17 (formerly Action 3.14 in the 2017 NSQHS Standards) for reprocessing of reusable medical devices in health service organisations.

5 September 2023 | NGPA Scheme

To clarify the requirements for accrediting agencies and general practices to request for extensions and appeals under the National General Practice Accreditation (NGPA) Scheme.

4 September 2023 | Pathology accreditation standards

Do you work in pathology? Have you participated in the accreditation process for pathology laboratories?

26 July 2023 | Clinical Trials

The Commission invites you to join an online workshop on implementation of the National Clinical Trials Governance Framework. 

25 July 2023 | Pathology accreditation standards

The Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care, in collaboration with the National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Council (NPAAC) and the Commission, has re-issued the Requirements for supervision in the clinical governance of medical pathology laboratories (the Supervision Standard).

12 July 2023 | Digital Mental Health Standards

Register for our latest webinar on 8 August 2023.

10 July 2023 | Diagnostic Imaging Accreditation Scheme Standards

The Commission has released a new Advisory DI 23/01: Revised Diagnostic Reference Levels (DRLs) for Nuclear Medicine and Positron Emission Tomography.

30 June 2023 | NSQHS Standards updates

Presentation on short notice assessment for accreditation to the NSQHS Standards.

30 June 2023 | Digital Mental Health Standards

To describe the sampling methodology to be used by accrediting agencies when sampling multi-site digital mental health service providers at accreditation assessment.

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