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Reinforcing activity for RACGP members

This activity is designed for members of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) seeking professional development points.

All RACGP members must complete this activity and provide your details by September 30 2020 to receive your professional development points.

If you’re not a member, you’re not required to complete the activity and you can continue to make your way through the course.

What you need to do

Reflect on the impact this course has had on your level of confidence towards providing nutrition and food-based recommendations to a patient who has asked for your advice on anti-inflammatory foods.

Start your reinforcing activity

Once you’ve completed the reinforcing activity, return to this step (for example, using the ‘Back’ or ‘Go backward’ button on your browser) and then continue to move through the course.

Complete the course by September 30 2020

If you’re a member of APNA or RACGP you’ll also need to complete the course by September 30 2020 to ensure your participation in this course is recognised.


Monash University will be collecting data given by you on registering your details along with data on your course progression for the purpose of reporting to the relevant accrediting body to ensure that your participation in this course is recognised for professional development purposes.

All the information collected will be stored and handled according to Monash University’s Privacy Policy / T&C. This data will be shared with RACGP and will be stored and handled according to their Privacy Policy / T&C.


Providing feedback to your professional health organisation

If you are a member of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) or Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA), you can provide feedback on this course directly to them at any time by downloading and submitting an APNA Grievance Form or the RACGP - GP feedback form, which is available from the Downloads section of this step.


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