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2022.1 CCE results release: Thursday 4 August 2022.
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The RACGP is working hard on transitioning to college-led general practice training
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The Abuse and violence: working with our patients in general practice provides the best-available current evidence for GPs
Stay up-to-date with the latest information and resources on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Download the Standards for general practice (5th edition) - a benchmark for quality care and risk management in Australian general practices
Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for general practitioners
Advice and guidelines for GPs and practice teams to help protect general practice information systems
Video consultations can provide convenient and accessible healthcare delivery
Read all of the RACGP reports and submissions on various healthcare topics
Read all of the RACGP position statements on various healthcare topics
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The Guiding principles for managing requests for the secondary use of de-identified general practice data provides decision-making support to assist you and your practice staff to decide whether it is appropriate to release de-identified healthcare data at the request of an external organisation.
In health care, the primary source of data is through clinical care delivery to patients and when this data is used outside of the general practice setting, for purposes other than which it was originally collected, it is referred to as 'secondary use of data'.
Resources to assist practices with the provision of de-identified general practice data for secondary use
Information about PIP QI for general practice
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