SAMLA Policies


SAMLA Policy Entry into and advancement within the register of medico-legal practitioners

SAMLA Policy Entry into and advancement within the register of medico-legal practitioners: This policy has been approved by SAMLA Board. SAMLA's Credentialing Committee is working on creating these tiers but please note that at this time, they are not yet active.
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SAMLA MOI at January 2021

SAMLA's MOI was amended and approved by the AGM on 5 December 2020.
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SAMLA Registration as Medico-Legal Practitioner Policy at January 2021

SAMLA's policy for registration as a Medico-Legal Practitioner: This information was extracted from the MOI in January 2021 and is now a separate SAMLA policy.
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SAMLA Code of Conduct

All members of this association are expected to abide by SAMLA's code of conduct. In order to register as a medico-legal practitioner and/or medico-legal mediator, applicants have to agree to abide by the Code of Conduct.
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SAMLA Transformation policy

The SAMLA transformation policy is being re-worked and will be published as soon as it has been finalized.
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SAMLA MOI at 1 Dec 2020

This MOI has been amended and is no longer valid. It is presented here for HISTORICAL PURPOSES ONLY. Please refer to the updated MOI.
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