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Table 2 Session duration and RACGP CME Point allocation for workshops and online modules

From: Development, implementation and evaluation of Australia’s first national continuing medical education program for the timely diagnosis and management of dementia in general practice

Delivery Method Session Title Time (hours) CME Points
Large group workshop (GPCE) 14 Essentials(Brodaty et al., 2013a; b) 1.5 2
S1: Diagnosis, Tests, Scans and New Biomarkers 1.5 2
S2: Physical Activity, Positive Lifestyle and Risk Factors 1.5 2
S3: Complications and Behavioural Changes 1.5 2
S4: The Carer as the Patient and Legal Issues 1.5 2
OR Timely Diagnosis of Dementia in General Practice (i.e. any 4 sessions) 6 40
Small group workshops Timely Diagnosis of Dementia in General Practice (see S1-S4 above) 6 40
Online Recognising Dementia 1 2
Diagnosis of Dementia 1 2
Screening and Case-finding 1 2
Developing a Plan for Management 1 2
Recognising and Managing BPSD and Physical Comorbidities 1 2
Carer, Legal and End of Life Issues 1 2
OR Timely Diagnosis of Dementia in General Practice (i.e. all six modules) 6 40
Train-the-trainer Timely Diagnosis of Dementia in General Practice 6 40
  1. CME Continuing medical education, GPCE General Practice Conference and Exhibition, RACGP Royal Australian College of General Practitioners