- The user name or password provided is incorrect. Contact the CPD Unit should you require assistance +61 3 9510 6299 email@example.com
- You are unable to use this web browser for entering offline CPD information, as it has been reserved for another user. Please contact the CPD Unit should you require assistance +61 3 9510 6299 firstname.lastname@example.org
Update May 14 2019 to Protected Quality Assurance Activity (PQAA) for New Zealand CPD participants
Aspects of the ANZCA and FPM CPD Program are registered for Protected Quality Assurance Activities (PQAA) under section 54 of the Health Practitioner Competence Assurance Act 2003. The registered part of the program is held by the College on a confidential basis and cannot be disclosed to third parties.
The College’s registration for the CPD Program for New Zealand participants has recently expired with the college submitting our re-application to the Minister of Health in the February, 2019. Accordingly, until further notice, when confirmation of re-registration has been received, Fellows may wish to avoid including additional information in the CPD Portfolio system which they would wish to keep confidential. This principally relates to the aspects of the CPD Program which require reflection and personal review of performance. The college will advise when the PQAA registration has been confirmed.
For information on the ANZCA AND FPM CPD program's Qualified privilege (QP) or Protected Quality Assurance Activity (PQAA) please visit the ANZCA website, QP and PQAA.
New DHM appendices available for CPD program
Nine CPD appendices have been implemented into the ANZCA and FPM CPD program for the Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine (DHM) practice. These tailored CPD handbook appendices support the Patient experience survey, Multi-source Feedback (MsF) and Peer review of practice CPD activities under the Practice evaluation category.
New CPD emergency response standard
The Perioperative Anaphylaxis Response online course is now available.
Collecting information about patients has important privacy implications. In collecting and using any patient information it is your responsibility to ensure that all privacy obligations are met and any necessary consent obtained. Only de-identified information should be routinely stored.
If any identifying information is recorded in your CPD portfolio or other material submitted to the College, please ensure that your hospital's privacy statement and patient consent policy is followed. It is also important to note that any personal comments recorded in your CPD portfolio may have potential medico-legal implications.