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Activities which do not qualify for CPD


The following activities will not qualify for CPDs:


1. Teaching to undergraduate and/or post graduate students and examining where this falls within a registered practitioners job description published congress proceedings;

2. Time spent in planning, organizing or facilitating any activity;

3. Published congress proceedings

4. Non-referenced letters to the Editor of accredited journals;

5. Daily ward rounds;

6. Written assignments;

7. Compilation of student training manuals for internal use;

8. Staff and/or administrative meetings;

9. Tours and/or viewing of exhibits and technological demonstrations;

10. Membership of professional bodies, professional Boards or associations and holding a portfolio on the professional body’s executive or council structure.

11. Meetings arranged by pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers of importers of products and technical devices including assistive device technology) or their representatives purely for the purpose of marketing and/or promoting their products.

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