This SOP summarises the procedures and requirements for reporting children (including unborn children) and young people at risk of harm and provides electronic links to relevant NSW Health policy and the Department of Community Services Mandatory Reporter Guide.
Mandatory reporting requirements for registered health practioners, employers and education providers.
However with any significant policy change the implications of mandatory reporting need careful and critical analysis.
Influenza monthly epidemiology report, NSW (January 2010).
Arguments in favor of mandatory reporting by physicians. Proponents of mandatory reporting by health care providers argue that such laws improve domestic.
YMCA NSW Mandatory Reporting Procedure. 2. Policy statement.
Policy statement. NSW Health code of conduct. Purpose.
Mandatory reporting of health professionals: The case for a Western Australian style exemption for all Australian practitioners.
Mandatory Reporting Policy. Effective Date: January 1, 2013.
A mandatory reporter is a person who delivers health care, welfare, education, children’s services