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New CPD emergency response standard
- ASBD emergency response courses/workshops with recognition of suitability may be claimed in CPD portfolio from January 1, 2019.
- This will be introduced as the fifth emergency response standard.
- The trienial CPD requirement remains at two emergency response activities per triennium, for participants with the clinical practice type.
- The change to the CPD Standard is an increase from four to five options in the Emergency response category.
- The recognition of suitability process for emergency response activities will remain the same.
The Perioperative Anaphylaxis Response online course is now available.
CPD emergency response standards review complete
In early 2017, ANZCA submitted a new application to the federal Department of Health for Qualified Privilege (QP) of the CPD Program as a quality assurance activity. The following four Practice evaluation activities are protected by the Commonwealth Qualified Privilege Scheme:
- Patient experience survey,
- Multi-source feedback,
- Peer review of practice,
- Clinical audit of own practice or significant input into group audit of practice.
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.