Accreditation

GPCE is an authorised provider of accredited education and activities under the RACGP QI&CPD program, the Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.

The GPCE program delivers a wide range of CPD accredited educational streams (Active Learning Modules, Cat 1) and individual sessions (Cat 2) providing delegates the opportunity to tailor the program to meet their learning needs. Delegates can choose to participate in Active Learning Modules, individual sessions or a mix of both across the event days. Accreditation points awarded will be dependent on the type of learning chosen and the accreditation provider.

Accreditation for GPs

GPCE is an authorised provider of accredited activities under the RACGP QI&CPD program and has also been accredited by the Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine (ACRRM).

The RACGP QI&CPD minimum requirements for the 2017-2019 triennium are:
RACGP Requirements
 
Accreditation points awarded will be dependent on the type of learning chosen and the accreditation provider:

RACGP

ACRRM

Active Learning Module

40 QI&CPD points
(Category 1)

30 PRPD

Individual Seminar / Workshop

2 QI&CPD points (Category 2)

2 PRPD points (Workshops)
1 core point (Seminars)

CPR

5 QI&CPD points (Category 2)

10 BLS points

Important information:

Please note: GPs participating in an Active Learning Module will need to complete the following paperwork to be eligible to receive CPD points:
• Pre-disposing activity – this must be completed prior to attending the GPCE
• Evaluation – to be completed within two weeks following the conference
• Reinforcing activity – to be completed within two weeks following the conference

Delegates who select to participate in individual sessions rather than an Active Learning Module are required to complete a session evaluation for each topic attended to be eligible to receive CPD points.

All accreditation paperwork can be completed via the online or onsite Delegate Lounge.

Accreditation for Nurses

 The GPCE education program has been designed to suit the needs of practice nurses in meeting their continuing professional development requirements.

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia requires nurses and midwives to accrue 20 hours of CPD each year. Participating in the GPCE conference program provides the opportunity for nurses to earn up to 15 CPD points across three days.

Important information:
Following your attendance at a GPCE event, you will need to complete an evaluation for each session attended. All evaluations are available via the online or onsite Delegate Lounge. Once completed, your certificate of attendance will be available to download, for self-accreditation requirements.
 
 

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