Audiology is not a registered profession in any state or territory in Australia. Audiologists wishing to practise in South Australia must have tertiary level qualifications providing eligibility for provisional or full membership of The Audiological Society of Australia.
Cardiac Physiologists seeking to practice at an AHP2 level or above are required to hold a degree in a relevant science or health related field as well as a postgraduate qualification in Cardiac Ultrasound or Cardiac Electrophysiology. In addition, registration with ASAR as an Accredited Medical Sonographer is required at this level.
Dental therapists are members of the dental team and may only practise within a structured professional relationship with a dentist. Individuals wishing to practise as a dental therapist in South Australia must be registered with the Dental Board of Australia.
Individuals wishing to practise as a dietician in South Australia are required to possess a tertiary degree in dietetics, providing eligibility for practicing membership to Dietetics Association Australia.
Orthotics and prosthetics is not a registered profession in South Australia. Orthotists and prosthetists wishing to practice in South Australia must possess tertiary level qualifications and may be eligible for membership with the Australian Orthotic Prosthetics Association.
Individuals wishing to practice as a pharmacist in Australia are required to be registered with the Pharmacy Board of Australia. Graduates of an approved program of study are required to complete a period of supervised practice to be eligible for general registration.
Social work is not a registered profession in Australia. Social workers wishing to practise in South Australia must possess tertiary level qualifications (Bachelor or Masters) providing eligibility for membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers. For further information, please visit the Australian Association of Social Workers.
Individuals wishing to practise as a speech pathologist in South Australia are required to possess a tertiary degree in speech pathology, providing eligibility for practicing membership to Speech Pathology Australia.
Registered, Self-Regulated and Non Regulated Allied and Scientific Health professionals who are employed in the public health sector are indemnified under the Government’s indemnity and insurance arrangements for civil liabilities arising in the course of their employment.
The relevant statement of insurance is available by emailing HealthISUHealth@sa.gov.au. with the request for the current Allied and Scientific Health Professionals confirmation of cover letter.
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