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On February 1st 2017 Victorian health practitioners, including Reiki practitioners, became the most recent subjects of the National Code of Conduct for Non-Registered Health Practitioners. Victoria has formally implemented the Health Complaints Act, and has appointed a Health Complaint Commissioner,...

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From 1st October 2015, the National Code of Conduct for Healthcare Workers will apply to health workers in Queensland. They will join their fellow in NSW and South Australia where the Code has already been implemented. Other states and territories will follow as the Code is rolled out nationally.
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A new National Code of Conduct has been introduced for health care workers, including Reiki practitioners who treat members of the public. The Code is the outcome of national consultation in which industry stakeholders, including Reiki Australia, participated. The final report notes that the vast majority...

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From 14 March 2013 Reiki practitioners in South Australia, will have to comply with a Code of Conduct and display certain information where they practise. Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner states: "...services such as those provided by counsellors, massage therapists, homeopaths,...

Reiki Australia volunteers head up a team of Reiki practitioners delivering treatments to Palliative Care nurses in a Victorian Hospice. Once a week, a team of volunteers provide short Reiki treatments to support the nursing staff of the Palliative Care Unit attached to the public hospital of Frankston...

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From May 1st all self-employed people in NSW who work directly with children, in an unsupervised capacity, must have a Certificate for Self Employed People. The Certificate helps you to demonstrate that you do not have criminal records that prohibit you from working with children. The new legislation...

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The healing touch of Reiki is bringing comfort to residents with dementia at the Villa Maria’s O’Neill aged care facility in Prahran, Victoria, thanks to a recently introduced, innovative program. News of the successful program has travelled fast with Channel 7 featuring a story in it's new hour, 11th...

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Reiki Practitioners offering treatments to the public have been specifically included as unregistered health practitioners who will be effected by important industry developments. Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council ( AHMAC) has commenced national consultation to seek feedback from the community...

Reiki Australia members provided an experience of Reiki to delegates at the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association’s (AIMA) conference in St Kilda, Victoria on the weekend of 9-11 October 2009.
This is the second year that Reiki Australia has been admirably represented by a small team of practitioners...

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The Prince Charles Hospital Consumer Advisory Group (CAG), which supports people experiencing mental health issues, invited Reiki Australia to be on hand to offer visitors a first hand experience of Reiki at a World Mental Health Day event at Zillmere Community Centre, Brisbane on October 2009.
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Cath’s chosen topic, “To study spiritual care of the bereaved through life review programs - USA, U.K., Italy” will provide insights that will enrich her work at Hopewell. Cath will also be a wonderful representative for Hopewell when she visits overseas groups and takes part in conferences and study...

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The Code of Conduct has its legal authority underpinned in the Public Health (General) Amendment Regulation 2008. All Reiki practitioners who treat members of the public must abide this Code as a minimum requirement even if they belong to a memberhip body, such as Reiki Australia, with its own Codes...