Information on CPD accreditation

Interested in RACGP CPD hours?

For GPs currently participating in the program (or intending to participate from February – June 2022) please contact Louise Harding prior to February 4th on l.harding@uq.edu.au. In the interim please self-reflect and update CPD portfolio as per the instructions for Ahpra CPD hours.

Interested in Ahpra CPD hours?

Refer to the Ahpra CPD registration standard and guidelines. This program aligns with Ahpra accreditation standards for CPD if the content/participation/reflective practice relates directly to your profession and scope of practice.

Each hour of your participation in this educational program relates to one hour of CPD (includes online participation in the monthly case study and your offline self-reflection). Please note the monthly online sessions meet the Ahpra definition for ‘CPD in an interactive setting with other practitioners’
In your CPD plan note:

Participation:

  • Date and time of the case study conferences you have attended and time spent in reflection activities.
  • Log in details that were provided (Zoom meeting)
  • Monthly Topic discussed and 3-4 key significant areas of knowledge acquired that maps to the following requirement of Ahpra i.e. ‘draws on the best available evidence, including well-established and accepted knowledge that is supported by research where possible, to inform good practice and decision-making’.
  • You may also wish to download any of the provided resources.

Reflection: Update your CPD portfolios. Make notes of reflecting on acquired knowledge relative to evidence-based best practice, record how the knowledge gained is relevant to your practice and how you anticipate to apply this knowledge.

  • It is recommended that you conduct a short clinical audit relative to the topic if possible to extend your learning (i.e. 1-2 patients per topic) and note (table form) relevant reflections:
    • De-identified patient
    • Significant history, diagnosis, management plan, identify any significant issues (person, familial, behavioural, clinical, other issues that impact on diagnosis, management and continuity of care)
    • How do you anticipate applying relevant knowledge acquired to this (these) case? Specifically,
      • to improve patient outcomes and experiences
      • draws on the best available evidence, including well-established and accepted knowledge that is supported by research where possible, to inform good practice and decision-making
Contribute & Collaborate

All participants are encouraged to contribute key findings/insights from your off line reflections to the yarning Padlet. Please remember to de-identify all patient stories.

Certificate of Attendance

UQ Centre for Online Health will provide a certificate of attendance in June 2022.
Should you require a certificate of attendance prior to this date please email l.garner@coh.uq.edu.au