Members & supporters

Australia’s medical colleges, societies, associations and other peak health organisations are leading the way in starting an important conversation about the unnecessary healthcare practices ingrained in the system. These colleges, societies, associations and other peak health organisation are becoming Choosing Wisely Members, and recommending which tests, treatments and procedures should be avoided and spreading the word about the benefits of good conversations between healthcare professionals and consumers. 

As well as this, health services are leading the implementation of Choosing Wisely Australia through clinician-led initiatives. For example, hospitals are bringing together champions of quality evidence-based care - from specialist units, general medicine, nurses and medical trainees - under the Choosing Wisely umbrella to become Choosing Wisely Australia Champion Health Services.

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Choosing Wisely Australia members and supporters

More organisations are joining Choosing Wisely Australia as the campaign builds momentum.

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What's involved in becoming a Choosing Wisely Australia member?

Medical colleges and professional societies participate in Choosing Wisely Australia by developing & disseminating lists of tests and treatments thought to b...

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Champion Health Services

Some of Australia's leading health services are implementing Choosing Wisely projects for the benefit of hospital patients.

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2018 Choosing Wisely Australia National Meeting

Find out more about the 2018 Choosing Wisely Australia National Meeting held on 30 May.

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2017 National Meeting

The inaugural Choosing Wisely Australia National Meeting, held by NPS MedicineWise on 4 May, showcased the progress of the initiative in its first two years.

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Last reviewed 01 March 2016