Continuing Medical Education

For details on how to claim points for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for attendance at APSAD Canberra 2024, please see the reporting requirements of your professional association listed below. Members of professional associations not listed here should contact their association directly to enquire about CPD point recognition.

ACRRM – Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine

An application for accreditation is in development and will be submitted to ACRRM for consideration.

RANZCP – Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists

RANZCP CPD participants can self-report attendance to the conference under the self-guided component of the RANZCP CPD program. https://cpd.ranzcp.org/Participant/Dashboard


RACGP – Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

RACGP Members can self-report their attendance at APSAD Canberra 2024 conference as a non-accredited activity via the ‘Quick-log’ system. GPs will need to know their ‘User Name & Password’ to access the ‘myCPD Dashboard’. For further information and visit the website CPD page www.racgp.org.au/yourcpdhome

ACN – Australian College of Nursing

ACN members can self-report CPD activities via the ACN Professional Portfolio.
The only requirement is that for members to meet the CPD Registration Standard, the activity should be relevant to their practice. For membership enquires please contact the Membership team at membership@acn.edu.au


DAPAANZ – The Drug and Alcohol Practitioners’ Association Aotearoa–New Zealand

DAPAANZ members can claim a maximum of 40 points for attending APSAD Canberra 2024. DAPAANZ members will need to log their attendance when submitting their renewal. For further information visit their website www.dapaanz.org.nz/continuing-professional-development or click here for membership enquiries.

PSA – Pharmaceutical Society of Australia

PSA members may self-record CPD undertaken. For further details, visit the PSA website at: https://www.psa.org.au/cpd/looking-for-help-to-access-your-online-membership-portal-features/


                            

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