Three days: so many opportunities
GP16 will offer you the opportunity to engage in activities which generate category 1 and/or category 2 QI&CPD points.
Activity Number: 43210
To complete your Quality Improvement (QI) requirement at GP16 you will firstly need to complete an ALM. Upon completion of an ALM and once points have been allocated, you have the opportunity to convert your activity into a QI activity through a QI reflection form.
For more information on Quality Improvement, access the RACGP website, or alternatively contact your QI&CPD state office. Also, please view the Sponsorship guidance for all Accredited Activities if applicable.
Any GP16 ALM
Wednesday 28 to Friday 30 September
QI&CPD accredited activity category 1
Conference ALMs: completion of all mandatory components prior/during/post conference gains 40 category 1 points for that conference day
Conference sessions or workshops
Thursday 29 September - Saturday 1 October
QI&CPD accredited activity category 2
Applicable for attendance at general conference education events (10 Category 2 points per day)
Points will be allocated at the completion of the conference evaluation and will be sent via email
Conference QI&CPD Options
You can only attend 1 ALM at the conference for a maximum of 40 Category 1 points.
Wednesday 28 September
Thursday 29 September
Friday 30 September
Saturday 1 October
Attendance meets RACGP QI&CPD 2014-16 triennium CPR requirement and is worth 5 category 2 points.
During the GP16 registration process, you will be asked if you would like to claim QI&CPD points for attending the conference. If you select this option, then you are required to complete an online evaluation form which will be sent to you after the conference.
The RACGP will then submit your points to the QI&CPD program. As evidence of participation, a certificate of attendance for GP16 will be sent to you, using your registration details provided, approximately 2 – 4 weeks after the conference.
- Develop/implement practice systems and protocols to optimise patient safety and minimise clinical risks.
- Recognise risk factors for specific medical conditions and apply this knowledge to improve preventive medicine.
- Implement initiatives for the ongoing successful management of the general practice.
- Apply leadership skills in the practice environment.
To better understand how GPs benefit from the RACGP Membership and QI&CPD program, please visit RACGP QI&CPD website