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2022 RACGP curriculum and syllabus
for Australian general practice
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Standards for general practices
Last revised: 24 Feb 2023
The RACGP’s Standards for general practices (5th edition): A benchmark for quality care and risk management in Australian general practices.
Our practice provides timely and accurate communications that are patient-centred.
Our practice respects the rights and needs of patients.
Our practice has integrated governance and management systems that maintain and improve the quality of care provided to patients.
Our practice provides health promotion and preventive services that are based on patient need and best available evidence.
Our practice provides care that is relevant to the patient and consistent with best available evidence.
Our practice has an effective system for managing patient information.
Our patient health records contain an accurate and comprehensive record of all interactions with our patients.
Our non-clinical staff are appropriately qualified and trained to perform their role.
Our practice undertakes quality improvement activities to support the quality of care provided to our patients.
Our practice records and uses patient data to support quality improvement activities.
Our practice has clinical risk management systems to improve the safety and quality of our patient care.
Our practice provides timely care and advice.
Our practice provides comprehensive care to our patients.
Our practice team is appropriately qualified and trained to perform their role.
Our practice has systems that reduce the risk of infections.
Our practice’s facilities and medical equipment are appropriate for providing comprehensive patient care.
Our practice maintains the potency of vaccines.