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2022.1 CCE results release: Thursday 4 August 2022.
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The Clinical Competencies for the CCE
RH 1.1 Communicate effectively with other health professionals using available infrastructure
RH 2.1 Deliver quality care to a rural and remote community
RH 3.1 Promote health in the rural and/or remote community
RH 3.2 Undertake a range of public health roles
RH 4.1 Identify and ethically manage therapeutic boundary issues
RH 4.2 Address professional isolation
RH 5.1 Manage time and workloads
All medical practitioners require an understanding of what may be helpful for working in rural and remote environments, such as procedural skills and knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, hospital work and population health. Knowledge of rural health is an essential part of preparing a GP for unsupervised practice anywhere in Australia. This curriculum will assist any GP to address the knowledge, skills and competencies helpful for unsupervised practice anywhere in rural Australia.
Your approach should include an understanding of government, non-government, community, and other organisations that can support the delivery of healthcare in the community.
You should also understand referral options in rural and remote communities and transfer, evacuation, and retrieval procedures.
Skills that you should concentrate on include;
You should demonstrate inclusiveness, tolerance of difference and resilience.
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