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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 4 Oct 2023


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Vic Alt-Wednesday webinar - October - CPD explained – MO made easy

On-demand recorded 4 Oct 2023

CPD requirements changed for the 2023-2025 triennium. 

Doctors in Australia now need to do 50 hours CPD each year, split across a range of activities: 
* 12.5 hours - traditional learning or educational activities – reading, lectures, conferences etc
* 12.5 hours free choice of activities – doctors allocate these CPD hours.
* 25 hours - reviewing performance and measuring outcomes: doctors decide the best mix of these activities to suit their practice, with five hours minimum of each type 

With only 3 months of this year to go, Dr Sally Cockburn and RACGP CPD Program Coordinator, Kathryn Randall clarify the CPD requirements in relation to MO and give tips and ideas on how you can complete your MO and minimise stress. 

Learning outcomes

  1. List the key features of a Measuring Performance (MO) activity
  2. Describe how to find a CPD approved MO activity
  3. Identify where to locate resources, guides and templates to complete a self-directed MO activity
  4. Outline how to log a self-directed MO activity
  5. Use the new MO tool to log your CPD

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Dr Sally Cockburn

Dr Sally Cockburn is a practicing GP and health educator. She graduated MBBS from Monash University in 1982 and recently completed her Masters of Health And Medical Law from Uni Melbourne. Sally has also been a high-profile media presenter (Dr Feelgood) for over 30 years on radio, tv and in print. She has a strong commitment to Medical Education and has held various teaching positions. She is currently an adjunct Senior Lecturer in Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University. She has a strong commitment to better health outcomes and social justice and behind the scenes has been involved in health policy and legislation reform. She has sat on some high profile not for profit boards Sally has received numerous accolades throughout her career, including a radio industry award for best documentary , the Monash University Alumni Service Award and in 2010 was inducted into the Victorian Women’s honour roll for harnessing the media to improve health communications. She is a sought after public speaker, MC and panel facilitator.


Kathryn Randall

Kathryn Randall is the CPD Program Coordinator with RACGP Tasmania. She is responsible for facilitating and adjudicating CPD opportunities for RACGP members.


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