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2022.1 CCE results release: Thursday 4 August 2022.
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The Clinical Competencies for the CCE
CS 5.1 General practitioners use quality and effective practice management processes and systems to optimise safety.
CS 3.2 General practitioners effectively lead to address the unique health needs of the community.
CS 5.2 General Practitioners work within statutory and regulatory requirements and guidelines
This competency is about understanding general practice systems, including appropriate use of administration and IT systems, the importance of effective record keeping, clinical handover and recall systems. It also requires an understanding of how primary care is organised in Australia, and the statutory and regulatory requirements and guidelines that are in place. Written communication skills can be assessed in this domain when referral letters and clinical notes are reviewed. Patient consent and maintaining confidentiality are also incorporated into this domain.
Rural health context
This domain concerns your understanding of general practice organisation and systems, including administration and IT systems and the importance of effective record keeping, clinical handover and recall systems. It also requires an understanding of how primary care is organised in Australia, and the applicable statutory requirements and guidelines.
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