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Students with Prescribed Communicable Infections Policy

Overview:

The policy sets out testing and notification requirements for prescribed communicable infections such as HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C, for entry to academic programs in the Faculty of Health Sciences with clinical components that may involve exposure-prone procedures, such as Dentistry, Medicine and Nursing.

Note:

As from 7 July 2008, custodianship of this Policy was transferred to the Vice-President (Services and Resources). As from 14 May 2013, custodianship of this Policy was transferred back to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Academic).
RMO File No. 2003/1575
Policy custodian Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Academic)
Responsible policy officer Coordinator, Student Policy and Appeals
Effective from 22 December 2004
Review Date 14 April 2005
Type Unrevised
Contact for queries about the policy Any person who requires further information on any aspect of this document should contact the Faculty of Health Sciences, Ph +61 8 83035336, health.sciences@adelaide.edu.au or Policy and Appeals, Ph +61 8 83037503.

Enclosed documents

Title Version Date uploaded
Prescribed Communicable Infections Policy n/a 14 May 2013
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