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Please make sure that you have the following documents completed and ready prior to commencing this application. All documents can be found and downloaded on our Resources page.
By checking the box below, you attest to be the registered Activity Organiser (AO). The AO is responsible for the application of the accredited activity and must ensure all information provided is true and valid at the time of submission.
By checking the box below, you (the Activity Organiser) ensure that the SME involved in the creation of this accredited activity is actively qualified to Australian standards and sits within the scope of practice and skill set of which the activity is intended for.
Core Unit 1: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health: Is a critical issue in Australia, given the health disparities that exist between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians. The medical core units of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health include:
Core Unit 2: Leadership and Management: A holistic approach to leadership and management encourages Healthcare leaders and managers to develop core competencies, better equipping them to lead healthcare organizations and deliver high-quality, patient-cantered care.
Core Unit 3: Regional and Remote Practice: Regional and remote healthcare practice requires core units that address the unique challenges and needs of these areas. Some of the core units that are particularly important in this context include:
Core Unit 4: Clinical Knowledge and Skill: Essential for healthcare professionals to provide safe and effective care to patients. Some of these core units include:
Core Unit 5: Communication: Effective communication can improve patient outcomes, enhance patient satisfaction, and promote teamwork among healthcare providers:
Please note that mealtime and networking cannot be included in CPD hours. Allocation of CPD hours and the final distributions will be determined by AMcpdS through the accreditation process.
Checking this box indicates that all clinical content produced for this activity is free from sponsorship influence. All medical information presented is based on the best, contemporary available evidence, and is not influenced by any sponsorship or financial relationship with any commercial entities. Please ensure all guest speakers are updated with sponsorship information.
The fee for accreditation is $485.00 (+gst) which is inclusive of a Specialty Steer Committee Assessment for 1 discipline (ie General Practitioner)
The first discipline is included in your application cost. All disciplines thereafter incur an additional $250.00 (+gst) each for their respective Specialty Steer Committee Assessment.