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  • Clinical risk management


  • Refugee health


  • The theory behind CPR


  • Veteran mental health


Clinical risk management in general practice

The Clinical risk management in general practice active learning module (ALM) has been developed to help GPs and their practice teams manage clinical risks, errors, near-misses and adverse events.

Refugee health

This activity will explore these topics and enhance GPs understanding of the unique presentations of refugees. It will also emphasise the role of GPs in not only providing direct clinical care but in linking refugees with specialised care and settlement resources.

The theory behind cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

The theory behind cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Category 2 activity focuses on the theory behind cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and is designed to increase understanding of the Australian Resuscitation Council's (ARC) Guidelines.

Working with veterans with mental health problems

For some veterans, exposure to traumatic events can contribute to mental health problems. Sign up to gplearning now to gain an understanding of the military experience, and how you can engage and support veterans with mental health problems.

Free activities

  • Australian Family Physician


  • Cultural awareness


Australian Family Physician

Test your medical knowledge and skills by completing AFP’s Clinical Challenge. Each month, we present multiple choice questions based on Focus articles in each issue of AFP, and provide you with a chance to earn QI&CPD points.

Introduction to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural awareness in general practice

The attitudes and practices of healthcare providers can unwittingly perpetuate the healthcare disparities experienced by groups of people. This activity, a compulsory requirement for all GP trainees in the specialist pathway, will increase your awareness of how attitudes and behaviours affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the general practice setting.