All students are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) when enrolled in their professional degree. The University is required to report to AHPRA all students who are enrolled after census date each semester. These student registrations are not published on the AHPRA website. However, if a student is no longer enrolled, then the student registration will lapse.
This applies to students undertaking the following courses:
- Doctor of Medicine
- Bachelor of Paramedic Science
- Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-registration)
- Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry)
- Bachelor of Midwifery
- Bachelor of Health Sciences/Master of Occupational Therapy
- Master of Occupational Therapy
- Bachelor of Health Sciences/Master of Physiotherapy
- Master of Physiotherapy
- Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Vision Science)/Master of Optometry
- Master of Psychology (Clinical)
- Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology).
As you come to the end of your degree at Flinders, there is some important information and steps that you need to take to apply for graduate registration with AHPRA. It is important that you refer to the information provided on the AHPRA website.
The University will notify AHPRA of your completion after the results are released, per the dates outlined on the student website, or when all your grades are finalised. To confirm if your grades have been finalised, please check the Student System (access via Okta). Please note: FLO is not an indication that your grades have been finalised.
To ensure that the correct information is provided by the University to AHPRA, please check that your full name is correct on the University student system, as it must match the name on your application for registration.