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2022.1 CCE results release: Thursday 4 August 2022.
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The RACGP is working hard on transitioning to college-led general practice training
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The Abuse and violence: working with our patients in general practice provides the best-available current evidence for GPs
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for general practitioners
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Candidate guidelines for the Clinical Competency Examination
Clinical Competency Examination (CCE)
The CCE cases are representative of a typical general practice setting in Australia.
Cases are written by a team of GPs with experience in medical education and assessment, using examples from actual patient encounters and drawing on the curriculum to ensure competencies are tested across a range of cases and contexts. Patients are role-played by trained role-players.
Cases are reviewed and road-tested by a panel of QA examiners, recently Fellowed members and representatives from the Council of Censors before being approved for use in the exam.
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