We are delighted to announce that the End of Life Law for Clinicians (ELLC) online training modules have received accreditation from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine for the 2020-2022 triennium.
GPs have a critical clinical role in end of life care, including undertaking Advance Care Planning and coordinating the care of patients at the end of life. The free ELLC online modules aim to improve GPs’ knowledge of end of life law; assist them to support patients (and patient’s families) with end-of-life decision-making; and enhance their confidence to manage legal issues that arise in practice.
Up to 10 CPD Activity points may be claimed from the RACGP and up to 5 Professional Development Points from ACRRM (depending on the number of modules completed). The modules may be completed at any time; however it is recommended completion occur within 3 months of registering. GPs can choose to complete any number of modules. A certificate of completion is available for each module.
To enrol in the training visit the End of Life Law for Clinicians training portal.
By the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
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