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Candidate guidelines for the Clinical Competency Examination

Clinical Competency Examination (CCE)

Conflicts of interest

You might encounter examiners you know or who you’ve met before, such as during your general practice training. This isn’t normally a conflict of interest.

All examiners are provided with a list of candidates they’ll be examining. They must notify the RACGP if there’s an actual, potential or perceived conflict of interest. Conflicts of interest are managed using QA examiners who step in to examine when a conflict has been identified.

*  Clinical encounters may be held remotely over Zoom if the RACGP determines a face-to-face exam day is not viable. This may be due to restrictions on gatherings or in the event of an environmental disaster.

Conflicts of interest can include or relate to, but aren’t limited to:

  • financial and commercial interests, including connections/employment to a commercial exam preparation organisation
  • external employer–employee relationships
  • family connections and kinship
  • receiving gifts or benefits
  • friendships
  • membership of an association, society, company, union or trusteeship
  • professional relationships and collaborations
  • domestic relationships
  • intellectual property.
This event attracts CPD points and can be self recorded

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