Position Papers & Guidelines
TSANZ documents published on this web site are regarded as best practice but there may be occasions when it may be reasonable to diverge from these Guidelines for reasons which are peculiar to a particular case or circumstance.
TSANZ, through its Clinical Care and Resources Sub-Committee, develops in partnership with other organisations, key publications - position papers or clinical guidelines. To obtain TSANZ endorsement and use of the TSANZ logo on publications requires the TSANZ to be involved in the development of the position paper or clinical guidelines. To learn more about TSANZ's requirements please refer to and download the TSANZ Publications Procedure.
TSANZ position papers are current for five years. Obsolete papers are held in the TSANZ Office and are available on request.
Position papers and guidelines must follow the processes outlined in the CCRS Document Submission Guidelines.