How to claim points:
For details on how to claim points for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for attendance at the APSAD Auckland 2018 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
Fellows of the RACP can claim CPD credits for attendance at the APSAD conference in MyCPD category 4 ‘Group Learning’ at 1 credit per hour. Login to MyCPD or visit the RACP CPD help desk for further information.
RACGP – Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
GPs can self-record by logging onto the RACGP website. Visit RACGP website for further details www.racgp.org.au.
ACRRM – Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
Application for accreditation has been submitted.
PSA – Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
PSA members may self-record CPD undertaken. For further details visit the PSA website at: www.psa.org.au/my-career-and-cpd-plans/cpd-2
DAPAANZ – the Drug and Alcohol Practitioners’ Association Aotearoa–New Zealand
DAPAANZ members can claim a maximum of 30 points for attending the APSAD conference. DAPAANZ members will need to log their attendance when you submit your renewal. For further information visit their website http://www.dapaanz.org.nz/continuing-professional-development or click here for membership enquiries.
ACN – Australian College of Nursing
All members can self-report CPD activities via the ACN Professional Portfolio.
The only requirement is that for members to meet the CPD Registration Standard, the activity should be relevant to their practice. For any membership enquiries please contact the Membership team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800 061 660 (free).
Additional Information: All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance through 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.