Attendance in CPD portfolio by June 2022
Participants of the ANZCA and FPM CPD program will automatically have their attendance auto-populated to their CPD portfolio in June 2022.
ANZCA and FPM CPD participants – full registration delegates will receive 24 Knowledge and skills – learning sessions credits for the ASM program. Additional sessions or workshops will indicate specific or additional CPD (e.g. Emergency response activities).
Coverage of the ANZCA and FPM CPD
The 2022 ASM provides opportunities for professional development across all three CPD categories – Practice evaluation, Knowledge and skills and Emergency response.
• Attendance at the ‘W68 Audit workshop’ can be claimed under the – Clinical audit activity at 20 credits.
Knowledge and skills
• Plenary sessions, panels, and lectures sessions as – Learning sessions activity at one credit per hour.
• Interactive and practical workshops, small group discussions (SGDs) as – Short format learning at two credits per hour.
• Attendance at the W27 can be claimed under the new CPD activity – Wellbeing CPD education sessions at one credit per hour.
The workshop outline states if that workshop satisfies an CPD Emergency response requirement, and will be prospectively recognised as suitable to be claimed as that specific emergency response activity.
This refers to workshops covering management of
- Cardiac arrest – W03 CRASH
- Anaphylaxis – W64
- Major haemorrhage – W18 & W37
- Acute severe behavioural disturbance (ASBD) in the adult patient – W61
Please note, workshops sessions will not be recorded. You will need to register and attend in real time to gain CPD. Active participation is encouraged to gain the most out of the session.
Not a participant of the ANZCA and FPM CPD program?
If you are not participating in the ANZCA and FPM CPD Program, please check with your respective college/provider regarding your CPD classifications. Post-event you may request an electronic certificate of attendance for CPD evidence by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I claim CPD for viewing content post-meeting?
Post-meeting content viewing will need to be manually updated to your CPD portfolio. Participants of the ANZCA and FPM CPD program may claim time spent on online learning under the Knowledge and Skills – learning sessions at one credit per hour.
When recording completion in your CPD portfolio, suitable evidence could be a certificate of attendance/participation/completion, written confirmation of registration or screen shot of online resources.
Why have I not received a certificate of attendance?
ANZCA/FPM run events that automatically synchronise/upload to your CPD portfolio do not require evidence for the college’s annual verification (audit), hence no certificate for evidence is provided.
If you require an electronic certificate of attendance for alternative purposes (e.g. hospital or practice accreditation), please email email@example.com