How Accreditation Practices Impact Building a Specialist Medical Workforce

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Closes 18 Oct 2019

Privacy and Collection of Information

The Australian Government Department of Health (the Department) invites you to share your views on how accreditation practices impact on building a rural medical specialist workforce.

Your personal information is protected by law, including the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles, and is being collected by the Department, via Citizen Space, for the purposes of conducting a consultation in relation to the accreditation of specialist medical training. The Department will collect your name, email, job title and organisation as part of the online survey.

You should not include information in your survey response about another individual who is identified, or reasonably identifiable. If you need to include information about another individual in your survey responses, you will need to inform that individual of the contents of this notice, and obtain their consent to the Department collecting their personal information.

You can get more information about the way in which the Department will manage your personal information, including our privacy policy, at https://www.health.gov.au/resources/publications/privacy-policy. You can obtain a copy of the Department’s privacy policy by contacting the Department using the contact details set out below.  The Department’s privacy policy contains information about:

  • how you may access the personal information the Department holds about you and how you can seek correction of it; and
  • how you may complain about a breach of
    • the APPs; or
    • a registered APP code that binds the Department; and
    • how the Department will deal with such a complaint.

You can contact the Department by telephone on (02) 6289 1555 or freecall 1800 020 103 or by using the online enquiries form at www.health.gov.au.

1. Please provide a response to the following consent options.
(Required)