The National Alliance of Self Regulating Health Professions (NASRHP) is committed to providing assurance to consumers, government and other entities regarding the safety and quality of self-regulating health services, through an evidence-based national framework of regulatory standards. Regular membership ensures that the commitment has been translated into practice. It is an opportunity for NASRHP and Professional Bodies to communicate openly on issues relevant to self regulating health professions.
NASRHP Membership Standards
To be eligible for NASRHP membership, applicants must be an Australian peak professional body which self regulates a specific allied health profession based in Australia.
To become a NASRHP provisional member, the professional body must meet 100% of the Category 1 standards and demonstrate substantial work towards meeting the Category 2 standards, as outlined in the NASRHP membership standards and application requirements, to self regulate and accredit practitioners within that profession.
To become a NASRHP full member, the professional body must meet all standards (Category 1 and 2) at 100% level, as outlined in the NASRHP membership standards and application requirements, to self regulate and accredit practitioners within that profession.
For those associations who wish to show their intention to progress towards the NASRHP full membership standards, Qualifying Membership is available.
For more information regarding membership to NASRHP, please see the NASRHP Processes Guide which outlines the stages of the membership process, assessment and fees.
Once you have completed a comprehensive review of the standards and are ready to apply. Please complete the NASRHP Membership Application form.
*Please note the initial assessment fee is non-refundable.
If you wish to apply for Qualifying Membership. Please complete the NASRHP Qualifying Membership Form.