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ANZCA and FPM CPD Program resources: Category 1: Practice evaluation

This page contains resources related to supporting Practice Evaluation (Category 1) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities.

Practice evaluation activities index

Reviewing performance:

  • CPD plan & evaluation
  • Cultural safety
  • Multi-source feedback (MsF)
  • Patient experience survey
  • Peer-review of practice
  • Annual structured conversation/ performance appraisal
  • Accreditation inspection/review
  • Case conference
  • Critical reflection
  • Examiner for the ANZCA anaesthesia primary and final and FPM fellowship exams
  • Medico-legal reports
  • Mentoring
  • Peer review of educational practice
  • Peer support groups
  • SIMG Performance Assessment assessor
  • Team scenario

Measuring outcomes:

  • Clinical audit
  • Analysing healthcare outcomes
  • Clinical governance
  • Clinical governance/quality assurance committee work
  • Incident reporting
  • Morbidity/mortality meetings
  • Practice audit (clinical support)
  • Quality improvement project
  • Report of audit findings
  • Review patient pathways
  • Root cause analysis (RCA)

Practice evaluation unmasked: CPD and Library webinar

CPD Committee Chair Dr Debra Devonshire unmasks and demystifies the CPD Practice evaluation resources. We look at the wide range of resources available to ANZCA fellows – including those available via the library – and offer up some practical advice on completing these activities.

Recorded: Tuesday, 17 November 2020. Duration: 54 minutes. This webinar my be claimed for CPD purposes.

ANZCA & FPM resources

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