This FREE webinar will provide the practice team, including nurses, GPs, practice managers, and reception staff, with a comprehensive breakdown of the core components of good triage systems that meet 5th edition accreditation standards.
Session = 1 CPD hour
This session will cover:
- Main components of good triage systems in general practice
- Accreditation standards, under 5th edition, relating to triage processes
- Best resources to support and train staff on safe and consistent triage procedures in general practice
Have a question? Check out the webinar FAQs at the bottom of this page.
Webinar Host: Magali De Castro
Clinical Director, HotDoc
Magali has been working in general practice for the past 13 years. As a Registered Nurse she’s worked in clinical settings varying from solo GP surgeries to super clinics and community health centres. Magali has been a presenter and guest speaker for organisations such as the Australian Primary Care Nurses Association (APNA), the Department of Health (Vic), Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and Cancer Council among others.
Watch the webinar recording
This webinar aired on September 18, 2019, 12:30 pm (AEDT / Sydney).
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Is the webinar free?
Yes, the best things always are.
Does this count towards my RACGP points?
If I watch an older webinar do the CPD points still count?
Yes; it counts from when you watch it, not when it was aired.
I can't attend, should I register anyway?
Yes, if you want to watch the recording after the live session, please register and we'll send you an email the moment the recording is published.
How do I get my CPD certificate?
The CPD certificate can be downloaded from below the webinar when it is published (usually around 1 week after the live session). All registrants will receive an email with a link to the recording and certificate the moment it is published.
Do I get a copy of the slides?
Yes, the slides will be accessible as a PDF below the video when it is uploaded.