Medical Board of Australia - Supervised practice for limited registration - Guidelines and Forms
These guidelines apply to registration of international medical graduates (IMGs) who are granted limited registration under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act 2009 as in force in each state and territory.
The approved registration standards for limited registration state that supervision is a requirment for all IMGs who are granted limited registration to practise in Australia. It remains a requirement of registration of registration for the duration of the IMG's limited registration.
- Purpose of supervision
- Principles of supervision
- Supervision responsibilities
- Reporting requirements
Supervised Practice Plan and Principal Supervisor's Agreement
The supervised practice plan and supervisor's agreement form is to be completed by the supervisor and applicant for limited registration when:
1. applying for limited registration
2. applying for renewal of limited registration and
3. seeking approval to change current supervised practice arrangements
The Board requires the orientation report to be completed at the end of the initial three month period of employment that confirms that the IMG has completed an orientation to the Australian health system.
Work Performance Report for Limited Registration
This form is to be completed by the international medical graduate with limited registration and their Board approved supervisor/s at the intervals specified by the Board. This is usually at three months after initial registration and then at application of renewal of registration thereafter (usually annually)