Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
This meeting is an Australasian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS) educational activity that may contribute to your Continuing Professional Development (CPD). At the conclusion of the meeting, delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance which can be used as supporting documentation when you submit your CPD claim.
Australasian College of Dermatologists (ACD CPD)
Fellows of the Australasian College of Dermatologists can claim one Category 1 Level 1 CPD point per hour for this symposium.
Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA) CME
Full Members and Fellows of the CPCA who attend the NSS can claim CPD points.
Upload your conference registration attendance certificate to claim.
2 points per hour are allocated for this conference to a total of 24 hours (48 points).
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS CPD)
Fellows who participate can claim one point per hour in Maintenance of Knowledge and Skills. Participation in this activity will be populated into your RACS CPD Online.
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP CPD)
GPs may submit online via the myCPD or by sending a paper application to the relevant state QI&CPD office.
Nurses must be submitted at https://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/Registration-Standards/Continuing-professional-development.aspx
ASAPS (Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) is a combined Australian Specialist Plastic Surgery and New Zealand Society whose primary function is the promotion of excellence in Aesthetic (Cosmetic) Plastic Surgery.
Its members are all:
- Specialist Plastic Surgeons
- Registered in either New Zealand or Australia with their respective medical boards as Specialists in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- Members of their respective countries Specialist Plastic Surgical Societies – either
- ASPS – Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons or
- NZAPS – New Zealand Association of Plastic Surgeons
- Maintaining a specialist interest in Cosmetic Surgery
The purpose of the ACSD is to foster, equalise access and improve training in cosmetic dermatology for all Australasian dermatologists and registrars and, more broadly, to share dermatologist’s expertise with other disciplines.
The primary goal is to provide a national focus for training in cosmetic dermatology, and advocacy for this work.
The Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA) believes it is in a patient’s best interest to select only qualified and experienced doctors when considering a cosmetic procedure. CPCA members focus on providing Cosmetic Medicine so patients can rest assured they are being treated by an appropriately trained expert. It has been shown many times that improving one’s appearance can improve self esteem considerably. CPCA members know from experience what can be achieved through minimally invasive procedures.
We aim to provide the public with up- to-date information about Cosmetic Medicine and help them locate qualified doctors who specialise in cosmetic procedures.
Relevant training and experience are prerequisites for admission to the CPCA. The procedures available to practitioners are burgeoning and new medical and scientific research appears with ever-increasing regularity. We provide our members with the most up-to-date, relevant information, and it is a condition of membership of the CPCA that our doctors keep abreast of the latest medical and scientific advances.
We also liaise with health and ethics authorities to help ensure that regulations and guidelines keep pace with new technology and procedures. We also oversee a code of conduct and a self-regulatory framework to which all CPCA members must adhere.