Raising a concern (registered practitioner)
Raising a concern about a colleague
Under Section 45 of the Act, if you are a registered health practitioner, you are obliged to inform the Board if you believe that another registered health practitioner has a mental or physical condition which impacts on their competence to practise in the profession of medical imaging and radiation therapy.
If a concern has been raised about you
When the Board receives a complaint about you they may decide to:
- refer you for a competence review
- refer the matter to a professional conduct committee
- order you to undergo a medical examination or testing
- establish a competence programme
- establish an individual recertification programme
- apply an interim suspension (in certain circumstances)
- apply an interim condition on your scope of practice; or
- take no further action.