Category Archives: national registration
Cadbury Schweppes Pty Ltd v Davis  NSWCCPD 4 (31 January 2011) – When does case management turn into bullying?
This is a case from the Worker’s Compensation Commission of NSW that everyone working in Occupational Rehabiliation or Injury Mangement should be aware of. It is a NSW case but the same law potentially applies in other states.You can read … Continue reading
As promised I attended the information session about National registration of OTs at Westmead Hospital. It was great to be in the company of so many other OTs! For other rehabhub readers I will post on more general rehab/injury management … Continue reading
The professional association has introduced a requirement for CPD in anticipation of what the registration board would do. If you do not fulfill the requirements then you are not able to be a member of OT Australia (with some exceptions but that is the gist of it). The registration board has also released its CPD requirements. If you fail to meet the requirements of the registration board, your ability to practice will be effected. Ultimately it is possible that you could be prevented as practicing as an OT in Australia. Initial registration does not depend on the completion of the CPD points.