Australian Doctor Education is an authorised provider of Accredited Activities under the RACGP QI&CPD and ACRRM’s Professional Development Program (PDP). Education activities are also accredited with the Australian College of Pharmacy (ACP).
Accreditation points for HTT Live 2019:
What is an ALM?
An ALM (Active Learning Module), provides GPs with an opportunity to earn 40 Category 1 QI&CPD points. This involves completing a predisposing activity, (prior to the event), structured learning during the seminar, an evaluation and a reinforcing activity.
Category 1 delegates will receive the predisposing activity upon registration.
The evaluation and reinforcing activities will be available following the seminar.
What is a Predisposing Activity?
As part of the RACGP ALM requirements, GP delegates completing an ALM are required to complete a predisposing activity prior to coming to the seminar. This activity can include reading articles, collecting data, writing case studies and answering preworkshop questions.
What is a Reinforcing Activity?
As part of the RACGP ALM requirements, GP delegates completing an ALM are required to complete a reinforcing activity which is meant to encourage and commit GP delegates to continued learning after they have completed a Category 1 ALM. For example, follow-up questionnaires, discussions, reflections, reviews, journals and intentional statements for implemented changes or improvements in practice.
Points will be uploaded within 6 weeks of the event. Please note that points cannot be allocated if completed reinforcing activities are not returned following the seminar.
Certificates will be emailed within 6 weeks of the event, following the allocation of points. For delegates who do not require points, or who self-record, certificates will be sent within 4 weeks.