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2022.1 CCE results release: Thursday 4 August 2022.
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The Clinical Competencies for the CCE
CS 3.1 General practitioners make rational decisions based on the current and future health care needs of the community and the Australian healthcare system.
CS 3.2 General practitioners effectively lead to address the unique health needs of the community.
CS 1.2 General Practitioners use effective health education to promote health and wellbeing to empower patients
This competency is about the provision of general practice care and service that supports economically rational and effective use of the healthcare system. Issues related to public health are identified and managed. The determinants of health and disease are identified both on the individual and community level. Disease prevention and health promotion activities are included here.Criteria
As a GP, you need to have a good understanding of community resources, and how to access these in partnership with your patients and their families. You also need to be aware of public health issues. This area will assess how you approach disease prevention and health promotion.
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