×
We're aware of a cyber security incident affecting the electronic prescriptions provider MediSecure. The eRX Script Exchange (eRX) and the National Prescription Delivery Service (NPDS) continue to operate as usual and have not been impacted. Find out more and read our statement here.

Clinical Competency Rubric

10. Identifying and managing the patient with significant illness

Last revised: 04 Mar 2024

A significantly ill patient is an individual at any life stage who is at risk of actual or acute potentially life-threatening health problems. General practitioners are required to identify significant illness early and manage this in line with accepted guidelines.

Criteria

  1. A patient with significant illness is identified
  2. Has confidence in, and takes ownership of, own decisions while being aware of own limitations
Criteria (competent at level of Fellowship) Performs consistently at the standard expected
  1. A patient with significant illness is identified
  • Correctly identifies actual or potentially life-threatening health problems
  1. Has confidence in, and takes ownership of, own decisions while being aware of own limitations
  • Reflects on clinical skills and knowledge in order to engage in a process of continuous learning
  • Identifies areas of improvement
  • Recognises professional limitations
  • Takes responsibility for own actions
Rural health context
  1. Demonstrates leadership in emergency situations
  2. Liaises with emergency services to enhance preparedness to deal with emergencies
 
This event attracts CPD points and can be self recorded

Did you know you can now log your CPD with a click of a button?

Create Quick log

Advertising