GPEx, in collaboration with VCS Pathology, a division of the Australian Centre for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer (ACPCC), has developed an innovative and fully online Cervical Screening Audit for general practitioners. The audit affords GPs access to a comparative analysis of their screening results, with the aim of driving meaningful progress in their practices. Critical in this process is the provision of 15 Measuring Outcomes CPD Hours, a unique offer that elevates the value of continuing professional development for practitioners engaged in the initiative.

Structured to span two consecutive six-month intervals, the audit allows practitioners to measure progress, identify areas for improvement, and implement changes in real-time. Participants are expected to be consistent in their practice, ensuring at least six samples are submitted to VCS Pathology in each data collection period, within the 10 to 17-month timeframe allotted for program completion.

We invite you to view the VCS Pathology Cervical Screening Audit and witness firsthand the efforts aimed at enriching cervical cancer prevention strategies.

In parallel to this innovative program, GPEx stands by its commitment to providing education solutions that are both evidence-based and fit-for-purpose.

If your organisation seeks bespoke educational solutions that align with frontline medical excellence and transformative learning methodologies, reach out to GPEx for consultation, and let’s explore how we can aid you in this educational journey.

Contact us today to discuss your education and training needs.