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Accredited Learning Modules

Australia and New Zealand

RACGP, RNZCGP and ACRRM accredited activities

Immunisation
Addressing adult pertussis vaccination: Clinical Audit

Pertussis, also called whooping cough, is a highly infectious respiratory disease caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis. Pertussis epidemics usually occur every 3-4 years in Australia

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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 3.5 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.5 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: Hours
Location: Australia
Diabetes
Beyond glycaemic control: T2DM clinical audit with a focus on cardiovascular and renal disease
Managing T2DM is multifaceted, requires individualised therapy and overlaps with multiple other chronic conditions, which all must be considered when applying a combination of patient-centred pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions. This clinical audit systematically reviews aspects of a GP's clinical performance against defined best-practice guidelines for T2DM.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 3.5 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.5 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 5 Hours
Location: Australia
Diabetes
Beyond glycaemic control: management of comorbidities & complications in T2DM
This 4-hour accredited education module focuses on the assessment and management of diabetes-related comorbidities and complications in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Throughout the course we look at the interplay between comorbidities and complications and their impact on treatment strategies, and vice versa. The first activity emphasises the need (and rationale) for comorbidity screening in both newly diagnosed and treatment-experienced patients with T2DM. The second and third activities look at macro- and micro-vascular comorbidites and complications, respectively. While the fourth activity focuses on patients with advanced age and/or mental health comorbidities.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 4 hours Educational Activity

Credits: 0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.5 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 4.5 Hours
Location: Australia
Immunisation
Getting ahead of influenza immunisation: clinical audit
This activity is a planned medical education/clinical audit that systematically reviews aspects of a GPs clinical performance against defined best-practice guidelines. It can be undertaken by an individual GP or a small group.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 3.5 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.5 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 5 Hours
Location: Australia
Oncology
Not your usual suspects

This activity focuses on defining neuroendocrine tumour (NET) as a cancer, as well as on the signs, symptoms and classifications of NETs.

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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM , RNZCGP , ACN , REGISTRAR , HCP

Credits: 5 hours Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Pain Management
Managing Painful Conversations

This activity focuses on the complex needs of patients presenting with chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP).

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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 6 hours Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.5 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: Hours
Location: Australia

RACGP, RNZCGP and ACRRM accredited activities

Australia and New Zealand

Cancer
Trust Your Gut
Upper GI cancers have some of the lowest survival rates out of all major cancers. They are often only diagnosed late due to vague/non-specific symptoms. There are no early detection tests or population-based screening programs. Patients often present to a GP multiple times with various symptoms before receiving a diagnosis. Delays from symptom onset to referral indicate the need for further education of the public and GPs on symptoms warranting urgent referral. This educational activity focuses on increasing awareness of stomach and oesophageal cancers with regards to prompt patient identification and optimal referral within 2 weeks for investigation and specialist review.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia
Genetic Disorder
Piecing it together: maybe it’s mitochondrial disease
This activity focuses on the timely identification, appropriate initial management, optimal referral of patients with suspected mitochondrial disease and an emphasis towards confirmed genetic diagnosis, where possible. It will also aim to improve capacity for general practitioners (GPs) to support newly diagnosed patients and their carers.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia
Diabetes
BEYOND GLYCAEMIC CONTROL: Exploring the benefits of SGLT2 inhibitors for patients with cardio-renal comorbidities

This activity is an online medical education activity that aims to provide education to GPs on the use of SGLT2 inhibitors in T2DM, with a particular emphasis on the use of these agents in patients with diabetic kidney disease and heart failure. In addition, emerging evidence around the use of SGLT2 inhibitors in patients with non-diabetic kidney disease and patients with heart failure in the absence of T2DM is presented.

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Accreditation: RNZCGP

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1.5 Hour
Location: New Zealand
Put your patient's night-time COPD symptoms to rest
Compare your clinical approach to your peers in an interactive e-learning module with expert commentary and practical tips by Sleep and Respiratory Specialist, A/Professor Jeremy Goldin.
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Accreditation: RACGP

Credits: 1.5 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1.5 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Asthma
Life and breath: treatment of severe asthma beyond standard therapies
This module is based on footage recorded from the Round Table discussion and focuses on the identification of patients with severe asthma that may not be optimally managed for various reasons and possible treatment options that can reduce symptoms, reduce oral corticosteroid burden, reduce the risk of exacerbations, and improve overall quality of life.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Cancer
The changing face of head and neck cancer
Head and neck cancer refers to the cancers of the head and neck region, particularly to mucosal cancers affecting the oral cavity, pharynx, sinonasal cavity, and larynx.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM , ADA

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Vaccines
A targeted approach to increasing vaccine confidence among GPs
An interactive online activity designed to empower general practitioners (GPs) with communication skills that increase the effectiveness and level of confidence of their conversations with patients regarding vaccination.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Dementia
Unravelling memories: normal aging, MCI and dementia in general practice
This activity is based on a 2021 MCI Masterclass event and has been designed to increase your confidence in identifying patients with MCI and differentiating MCI from normal aging. It will look at the diagnostic and classification criteria for MCI and the rationale for referral for imaging and/or specialist consultation. It will also include some recommendations for the management of MCI, including the rationale for foods for special medical purposes.
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Accreditation: RACGP

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Anaphylaxis
Essential update on anaphylaxis guidelines and treatment options for GPs
This activity has been designed to increase your confidence in identifying and managing patients susceptible to experiencing emergency anaphylaxis reactions, including the prescribing of available adrenaline autoinjectors. It aims to highlight the differences between allergic and anaphylactic reactions, review the most current and updated guidelines regarding the indications and dosage of adrenaline autoinjectors and ensure best practice in anaphylaxis management in general practice.
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Urology
Are you undertreating overactive bladder?
An interactive online activity focusing on the identification and management of overactive bladder (OAB).
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Accreditation: RACGP , ACRRM

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia
Biosimilars
Biosimilar Medicines: Information for general practitioners
An overview of the development and approval processes of biosimilar medicines in Australia, with practical tips on prescribing and counselling.
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Accreditation: RACGP

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand

Major Provider of RACGP Quick Log

Australia

The following content is not accredited. However, as a Major Provider in the RACGP CPD Program, you are invited to self-accredit any content developed by us that you think is appropriate for your needs and practice. Minimum self-reporting time is 30 minutes. Note you will be directed to websites outside of our portal to access this content. Proof of medical board registration (AHPRA number) or registration may be required to view this content.

COPD and palliative care
Tailoring Care

This podcast series explores tailoring care in two distinct therapy areas that all GPs encounter: COPD and palliative care. Join GPs, Dr Kerry Hancock and Dr Andrew McDonald for these enriching conversations with respective respiratory and palliative care experts.

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Accreditation: RACGP QuickLog
Duration: 0.5 Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Migraine Matters
Migraine is a common underdiagnosed condition that is a significant cause of disability in Australia and worldwide. It affects women more than men at a ratio of around 3:1, with women also reporting a longer attack duration, increased risk of headache recurrence, greater disability, and a longer period of time required to recover.
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Accreditation: RACGP QuickLog

Credits: 1 hour Educational Activity

Credits: 0.0 hours Measuring Outcomes

Credits: 0.0 hours Reviewing Performance

Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia
Urology
Better Practice - Minirin

Join Dr Aniruddh Deshpande, Paediatric Urologist at the Westmead Childrens Hospital, as he explores PNE management, the emotional impact of PNE on the child and family, and pharmacological treatment options.

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Accreditation: RACGP QuickLog
Duration: 0.5 Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Urology
Better Practice - Firmagon

Join Professor Henry Woo and Elizabeth Wilson (Urology Nurse Practitioner) as they discuss the benefits of maintaining Firmagon treatment in their patients with advanced prostate cancer and share the L.A.D.S technique for optimal administration.

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Accreditation: RACGP QuickLog
Duration: 0.5 Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand

RACP Category 1

Bloodstream

Join Australia’s leading haematologists in this video series as they take you through the key management issues impacting haemophilia and other rare blood disorders in clinical practice.

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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Cancer
Pain
Breakthrough cancer pain by optimising opioid treatment
This activity is based on footage from a 2022 event with Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor Natasha Michael, where she focused on breakthrough cancer pain as a separate entity to cancer pain.
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Oncology
Talking Toxicity: How the experts manage IO toxicity
Over the last decade, immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) have changed the landscape of cancer treatment. However, they are associated with immune related adverse reactions (irARs) which can impact a wide variety of body organs or systems. This activity is designed to increase confidence in initiating steroids to manage irARs in patients receiving immuno-oncology (IO) treatments and showcase the nuances of steroid usage for irARs.
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Neurology
Unravelling memories: normal ageing, MCI and dementia

This activity looks at the diagnostic and classification criteria for MCI and the rationale for referral for imaging and/or further specialist consultation. It also includes some recommendations for the management of MCI, including the rationale for foods for special medical purposes. Based on a 2021 MCI Masterclass event, it has been designed to increase your confidence in identifying patients with MCI and differentiating MCI from normal aging.

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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Anaphylaxis
Essential update on anaphylaxis guidelines and treatment options for paediatricians
This activity has been designed to increase your confidence in identifying and managing patients susceptible to experiencing emergency anaphylaxis reactions, including the prescribing of available adrenaline autoinjectors. It aims to highlight the differences between mild/moderate allergic reactions and anaphylaxis, review the most current and updated guidelines regarding the indications and dosage of adrenaline autoinjectors and ensure best practice in anaphylaxis management in general practice.
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 0.5 Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Neurology
Take control of SUDEP
In this activity, two of Australias leading neurologists A/Prof Piero Perucca and A/Prof Doug Crompton meet to discuss the identification and mitigation of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP) risk in patients with ongoing/uncontrolled seizures, particularly those experiencing tonic-clonic seizures.
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Rheumatology
More than skin and bones
This activity will focus on the role of interleukin-17 (IL-17) inhibitors in the treatment of psoriatic arthritis (PsA) patients who showed an inadequate response to conventional disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (cDMARDS), review the updated treatment guidelines regarding initiation of IL-17 inhibitors, and discuss the clinical evidence to support IL-17 inhibitors.
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Rheumatology
Management of Rheumatoid Arthritis in patients who are inadequately responding to cDMARDS
This activity will focus on the management of existing patients diagnosed with RA who are showing incomplete response to conventional disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (cDMARDS).
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Oncology
Management of radioiodine-refractory differentiated thyroid carcinoma (RAI-R DTC)
A case study-based activity focusing on patient selection for, and practical aspects of, tyrosine kinase inhibitors in RAI-R DTC.
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Biosimilars
Biosimilar Medicines: Information for specialists
An overview of the development and approval processes of biosimilar medicines in Australia, with practical tips on prescribing and counselling.
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Biosimilars
Biosimilar medicines in Australia: On-demand webinar for Specialists
This on-demand webinar is based on panel discussion with three eminent healthcare professionals.
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Accreditation: RACP
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand

Nurse

Cancer
Trust Your Gut
Upper GI cancers have some of the lowest survival rates out of all major cancers. They are often only diagnosed late due to vague/non-specific symptoms. There are no early detection tests or population-based screening programs. Patients often present to a healthcare professional multiple times with various symptoms before receiving a diagnosis. Delays from symptom onset to referral indicate the need for further education of the public and healthcare professionals on symptoms warranting urgent referral. This educational activity focuses on increasing awareness of stomach and oesophageal cancers with regards to prompt patient identification and optimal referral within 2 weeks for investigation and specialist review.
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Accreditation: APNA
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia
Anticoagulants
Essential update on anaphylaxis guidelines and treatment options for nurses/nurse practitioners
This activity has been designed to increase your confidence in identifying and managing patients susceptible to experiencing emergency anaphylaxis reactions, including the prescribing of available adrenaline autoinjectors. It aims to highlight the differences between mild/moderate reactions and anaphylaxis, review the most current and updated guidelines regarding the indications and dosage of adrenaline autoinjectors and ensure best practice in anaphylaxis management in general practice.
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Accreditation: ACN
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Vaccines
A targeted approach to increasing vaccine confidence among nurses
An interactive online activity designed to empower nurses with communication skills that increase the effectiveness and level of confidence of their conversations with patients regarding vaccination.
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Accreditation: ACN
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Vaccines
National Vaccine Forum: RECONNECTING: on-demand webinar
Each year, the National Vaccine Forum brings together Australias primary healthcare professionals for a dynamic and engaging discussion on the current challenges and possibilities surrounding vaccines in Australia.
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Accreditation: ACN
Duration: 3 Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Oncology
Not your usual suspects

This activity focuses on defining neuroendocrine tumour (NET) as a cancer, as well as on the signs, symptoms and classifications of NETs.

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Accreditation: ACN , HCP
Duration: Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Rheumatology
Spirometry interpretation: learn from an expert
In this activity, Dr Barton Jennings, MBBS, FRACP, Specialist in Respiratory Medicine and Sleep Disorders, discusses the importance of spirometry testing in general practice and demonstrates how to interpret spirometry results using real patient case studies.
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Accreditation: APNA
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Biosimilars
Biosimilar medicines: Information for Nurses
An overview of the development and approval processes of biosimilar medicines in Australia.
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Accreditation: APNA
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand

Dietitians

Dietetics
PEI
PEI Online Education Module for Dietitians
This education module has been developed to support general practitioners who are working in the front lines providing mental health services to the community. The topics include: Adult ADHD; Bipolar Disorder; Transgender Dysphoria
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Accreditation: DIETITIANS
Duration: 2 Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand

PSA CPD Credits

Vaccines
National Vaccine Forum: RECONNECTING: on-demand webinar
Each year, the National Vaccine Forum brings together Australias primary healthcare professionals for a dynamic and engaging discussion on the current challenges and possibilities surrounding vaccines in Australia.
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Accreditation: PSA
Duration: 3 Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Anaphylaxis
Essential update on anaphylaxis guidelines and treatment options for pharmacists

This activity has been designed to increase your confidence in identifying and managing patients susceptible to experiencing emergency anaphylaxis reactions, including the prescribing of available adrenaline autoinjectors. It aims to highlight the differences between mild/moderate reactions and anaphylaxis, review the most current and updated guidelines regarding the indications and dosage of adrenaline autoinjectors and ensure best practice in anaphylaxis management in general practice.

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Accreditation: PSA
Duration: Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Vaccines
Increasing vaccine confidence: A targeted approach for pharmacists

An interactive online activity designed to empower pharmacists with communication skills that increase the effectiveness and level of confidence of their conversations with customers regarding vaccination.

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Accreditation: PSA
Duration: Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Biosimilars
Biosimilar Medicines: Information for Pharmacists

An overview of the development and approval processes of biosimilar medicines in Australia, with practical tips on dispensing and counselling.

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Accreditation: PSA
Duration: Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Biosimilars
Biosimilar medicines in Australia: On-demand webinar for Pharmacists

This on-demand webinar is based on panel discussion with eminent healthcare professionals.

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Accreditation: PSA
Duration: 1 Hour
Location: Australia, New Zealand
Vaccines
NVF COVID-19 and beyond: on-demand webinar

Each year, the National Vaccine Forum brings together Australias primary healthcare professionals for a dynamic and engaging discussion on the current challenges and possibilities surrounding vaccines in Australia.

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Accreditation: PSA
Duration: 3 Hours
Location: Australia, New Zealand

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