APSAD Annual Scientific Alcohol and Drug Conference
 

How to claim for CPD points


Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

How to claim points:

For details on how to claim points for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for attendance at the APSAD 2015 Conference please see the reporting requirements of your professional association listed below.  Members of professional associations not listed here should contact their association directly to enquire about CPD point recognition. 

 

RACP - Royal Australasian College of Physicians

The RACP is a self-directed and self-reporting program.  Physicians’ record and report on their continuing professional development activities annually. It is the responsibility of individual physicians to select the activities appropriate for their continuing professional development and to claim the appropriate level of points. Physicians may contact the College for advice regarding the appropriate level of points to claim if they require assistance: email mycpd@racp.edu.au.

 

RACGP - Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

To claim CPD points for the 2015 Conference RACGP members can self-report attendance through the RACGP website at www.racgp.org.au. Members should contact the RACGP directly if they have any enquiries about self-reporting.

 

RANZCP - Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists

RANZCP has a self-reporting program. Please refer to the RANZCP CPD program guide or visit the RANZCP website at www.ranzcp.org for further details.  

 

ACRRM - Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine

The 2015 APSAD Conference has received ACRRM accreditation at 22 core points for the full three days attendance. Attendees seeking to claim points will need to fill in the attendance sheet at the Registration Desk each day of attendance. The attendance sheets will be forwarded to ACRRM for confirmation and allocation of points.

 

PSA - Pharmaceutical Society of Australia

PSA members can self-report their attendance at the conference. For further details visit the PSA website at www.psa.org.au.

 

ACN – Australian College of Nursing

ACN Members can self-report their attendance at the conference through their profile on the Life Long Learning (3LP) portal.  


Additional Information:

  •       All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance via email after the conference. If you require additional proof of attendance (e.g. a letter or copy of the program), please contact the APSAD Office on +61 (0)2 99252 2281 after the conference.