NSW Genetic Health Guidelines: Appendices

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS

AHEC

Australian Health Ethics Committee

ALRC

Australian Law reform Commission

Amending Act

Health Legislation Amendment Act 2012 (NSW)

ARC

Australian Research Council

AVCC

Australian Vice-Chancellors’ Committee

GP

general practitioner

HGAC

Human Genetics Advisory Committee

HPP

Health Privacy Principle

HRIP Act

Health Records and Information Privacy Act 2002 (NSW)

IPP

Information Protection Principle

NHMRC

National Health and Medical Research Council  

PPIP Act

Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (NSW)

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1. Appendix 1: Health Privacy Principles

2. APPENDIX 2: SAMPLE MATERIALS

3. APPENDIX 3: FURTHER INFORMATION

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