2017 – 2019 Triennium
The SCARD surgical audit is a tool which tracks the diagnostic and therapeutic process in real-time to optimise patient safety as well as providing feedback-on-demand with respect to the practitioner.
SCARD is designed to facilitate self-auditing by skin cancer practitioners working in primary care.
By undertaking self-auditing and performing analysis with the SCARD Data Pool, practitioners demonstrate their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and ongoing education.
Participation in the SCARD Surgical Audit CPD Program is recognized by the following colleges and completion of the CPD Program earns credits/points for the respective college.
SCARD is approved activity service provider for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Quality Improvement & Continuing Professional Development (QI&CPD) Program.
This activity has been approved by the RACGP QI&CPD Program
40 Category 1 points, Quality Improvement – (Activity: 95073)
SCARD Systems is a registered Education Provider with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and SCARD is a registered Clinical Audit for the 2017-2017 triennium.
SCARD is Approved Practice/Primary Health Organisation audit for the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners Maintenance of Professional Standards (MOPS) & Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program.
Participants of the SCARD Surgical Audit who complete the CPD program are eligible to claim for two audit cycles with 10 CPD/MOPS credits for each audit cycle; a total 20 CPD/MOPS credits for the triennium.
Students undergoing the MMED(Skin Cancer) with the University of Queensland School of Medicine are able to use SCARD as part of their auditing requirements.