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RACGP Queensland Faculty Education Committee presents: A Guide to Clinical Audits Members login for free access About RACGP online events


Type: Webinar
20 Mar, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (AEST)


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RACGP Queensland Faculty Education Committee presents: A Guide to Clinical Audits

Webinar 20 Mar, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (AEST)

Alongside the Clinical Update Weekend and further educational events taking place this year, the RACGP Queensland Faculty and Education Committee looks forward to bringing our members a series of webinars throughout 2023 to further your educational needs and CPD requirements. 

The first in the series will focus on clinical audits in a practice setting and how to obtain hours within the measuring outcomes CPD category of the 2023-2025 triennium.

This webinar will inform GPs on how regular clinical audits can improve patient care and outcomes, as well as the importance of reviewing patient outcomes to ensure best practice is met across the board.  Further details of how clinical audits review performance against explicit predetermined criteria will be covered, alongside implementing changes when results indicate standards aren’t being met. 


Learning outcomes

  1. Identify the difference between a mini-audit and an audit
  2. Demonstrate the steps to executing a clinical audit within a practice setting
  3. Define the process for practice or clinical audits to improve patient safety and care in the new Measuring Outcomes CPD category

This event is part of RACGP Queensland Faculty Education Committee Webinars 2023. Events in this series are:


Dr Chris Moller
General Practitioner & RACGP QLD Education Committee Member

Dr Chris Moller is a GP and clinical researcher, and contributes to the field of primary care through research, education, and patient care. He works in both clinical practice and academic settings. He has a background in military medicine and infectious disease research, and experience practicing in both urban and rural settings. Dr. Moller is currently working on the Sunshine Coast and is engaged in research with the University of the Sunshine Coast.


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