|A form submitted by the provider for approval of a CPD activity.
|Conflict of interest
|Any situation where the provider’s personnel who are participating directly in the CPD activities may benefit or be disadvantaged by the making of a decision. The benefit or disadvantage may be pecuniary or non-pecuniary, direct or indirect, and may be actual, potential or perceived.
|Continuing professional development.
|CPD Activity Standards
|Standards and criteria that the provider must meet for the design and development of CPD approved activities.
|CPD Approved Activity
|An activity submitted by the provider that meets the RACGP CPD Activity Standards.
|The continuing professional development program offered by the RACGP to GPs and other medical specialists.
|CPD Provider Standards
|Standards and criteria that stipulate the requirements for providers involved in the provision of CPD activities for GPs.
|CPD Representative (formerly Education Activity Representative
|A nominated representative of the provider who manages the administrative and operational requirements of CPD approved activities, and may also develop and design activities.
|CPD Representative Number
|The identification number issued by the RACGP to the provider’s nominated CPD Representative.
|Services delivered to a provider when the RACGP reviews its activity application against the CPD Activity Standards to determine whether the activity is approved.
|The RACGP’s digital environment providers will use to facilitate and manage activities and administrative requirements for provision of CPD activities
|The prescribed fees, including but not limited to, the annual fee, charged by the RACGP.
|A general practitioner in Australia.
|Any image developed by the RACGP for identifying and publicising CPD approved activities.
|A dedicated relationship manager, nominated by the RACGP, who provides advice, support and information about RACGP CPD resources and services.
|An organisation that meets both the CPD Provider and CPD Activity Standards and has a current CPD Provider Agreement with the RACGP for the provision of CPD approved activities for GPs.
|Provider Eligibility Criteria
|A self-assessment document providers must use to assess their eligibility as an RACGP CPD Provider.
|Quality assurance assessment (QAA)
|The RACGP’s review of the provider’s activities to maintain quality and performance standards for CPD activities.
|The guidelines described in this Provider handbook.
|Prescribed text required by the RACGP for publicising CPD approved activities.
|Any material in which a third party owns the intellectual property rights.