Thank you for getting involved in our conversation about recertification

This consultation marks the first major step in the discussions we want to have with you about recertification. Your input is crucial and will help to inform future decisions we will make about our recertification framework.
There are 19 questions in this submission survey. Three of these are short demographic questions, which will provide us with general information about the person or organisation making the submission.
We expect that for most people, the submission survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. You can save your responses and return to complete the survey at a later time, if you need to. We encourage you to take as much time as you need to share your ideas and experiences of recertification with us. 
All submission surveys received will be published on our website shortly after receipt, and will remain there as a public document. For submission surveys made by individuals, only your name and profession, if you are a registered health practitioner, will be published on our website. All personal contact details will be removed from your submission survey.
As this is a public consultation, “in confidence” information will only be accepted under special circumstances. Please contact us at before submitting material in confidence. We also reserve the right not to publish any derogatory or inflammatory submission surveys.
The submission survey questions align with the information contained in the discussion document which can be accessed here.
We also encourage you to attend one of the ten forums we are holding around the country in July and August 2017. If you cannot attend a forum, we will be holding two webinars in September 2017. To register your attendance and participation in a forum or webinar click here.
We look forward to receiving your feedback and engaging in discussions with all of our practitioners and stakeholders, as we undertake this review of our recertification framework.
Submissions close on 30 September 2017. 

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