Experience professional growth
Your own participation in your health education benefits you professionally to provide the best possible care, improve patient outcomes, protect patient safety and the health care community you work in. Take advantage of advanced learning to boost your career trajectory.
Why is continuing education important?
Improves healthcare workers’ competencies
Improves confidence and validates individual practice competence, improving patient outcomes.
Develops personal and professional qualities
Health practitioners who are engaged in updating their Professional development, maintain and advance their knowledge, skills and performance to help deliver appropriate and safe care.
Closing practitioner-identified performance gaps
Integrates knowledge, performance, competence and judgment to prevent career burnout.
Improving healthcare through education
Fill the gap between current care and optimal care, keep up-to-date on medical advances, best practices and how to improve patient outcomes. Choose the course that best suits your career needs.
Confidently provide end of life information to patients
End of life care is a significant role of General Practice with many patients facing a progressive life-limiting illness choosing to be cared for and, if possible, to die at home. The End of Life Care course will help build the capacity and skills of GPs in caring for adults with a life-limiting illness. This course is accredited through GP Partners Australia with RACGP as a 6 point CPD Activity in the 2020-22 triennium.
Manage skin presentations with confidence
Dermatological conditions are the most common presentations in general practice, but this is an area that even experienced GPs often find difficult. GP Derm trains GPs to diagnose and optimally manage common skin conditions. This course is accredited with ACRRM in the 2020–2022 triennium for 12 Educational activity hours and also accredited with RACGP in the 2017–2019 triennium for 40 RACGP Category 1 QI&CPD points. Accreditation for the 2020-2022 triennium pending.
Nurture high performance, morale and trust
With supervision now being understood as a distinct discipline with its own skill-set and knowledge base, many professional bodies and employers are requiring their supervisors to undergo formal supervisor training. This course provides supervision frameworks and facilitates generic competencies that apply to a range of health professions. In the 2020-2022 triennium this course is accredited with RACGP as a 40 point CPD Accredited Activity and also with ACRRM for 15 Educational activity and 1 Performance review hours, and 16 MOPS points.
Assessing health professionals when considering opioids treatments
Developed to provide general practitioners and prescribers of prescription opioids to adults, with the skills, tools and knowledge to help maximise patient benefits and minimise the potential harms. This course is a 2 point CPD Activity under the RACGP CPD Program in the 2020-22 triennium.
Expand your skill set
Broaden your horizons and specialist medical skills through a workplace-based introduction to GP anaesthetics. This course is recognised by ACRRM as a Core Clinical Training rotation in anaesthetics.
Understand the Return to Work scheme
ReturnToWorkAHP has been designed to provide allied health professionals with the skills, tools and knowledge to guide and progress your patients’ recovery and return to work. ReturnToWorkAHP helps busy allied health professionals with practical strategies for effective coaching and counselling, including how to recognise and address barriers to recovery and psychosocial factors.
Assist your work injured patients
ReturnToWorkGP is designed to provide GPs, registrars, practice nurses and practice managers with the skills, tools and knowledge to help guide and progress your patients’ recovery and return to work. This course is a 4 point CPD Activity under the RACGP CPD Program in the 2020-22 triennium.
Increase your confidence engaging with LGBTIQ patients
Many of those who work within the health profession have the desire to practice inclusively, to use the right terminology and to be accepting of sexual and gender diversity – but don’t feel they have the knowledge, skills or confidence to do this. This course provides an overview of the key concepts for people working with LGBTIQ individuals. This course is a 4 point CPD Activity under the RACGP CPD Program in the 2020-22 triennium.
Not sure which CPD course is right for you?
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