Members of the RACGP receive free access to the QA & CPD program. For non-members, there is an annual fee of $399.
The gplearning website is an interactive GP education platform. The RACGP also produces check, a quality assurance and professional development learning program. It is created monthly by expert clinicians and can be accessed online via gplearning.
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
ACRRM members with Vocational Recognition/Registration are required to obtain a minimum of 100 points over a three-year cycle (triennium) of the Professional Development Program, compliance will be reported to Medicare Australia for the purpose of Medicare Benefits.
ACRRM’s Professional Development Program gives fellows and other members of the college reliable access to a program geared to meet the diverse needs of practitioners working in rural and remote Australian communities.
CPD is available through a number of providers face to face and online. The Divisions of General Practice across the states and territories play a significant role in providing CDP. Visit the following Division’s websites to see some of their CPD offerings.
NSW Central West Division of General Practice
Central Queensland Rural Division of General Practice
Division of General Practice-Greater Bunbury
Monash Division of General Practice
Bankstown GP Division