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South GP CME 2023 - Frequently Asked Questions


Q. Is the conference accredited for CME points?
Q. Do I need a Certificate of Attendance for CME points?
Q. Do I send my Certificate of Attendance to Conference Matters to earn CME points?
Q. Are there any other options for accommodation?
Q. What is the temperature going to be?
Q. Can my non-medical partner attend the conference for breakfast, morning, afternoon teas and     lunch breaks?


ANSWERS

Q. Is the conference accredited for CME points?
A. South GP CME 2024 Meeting - is applying to The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) for endorsement for up to 33 CME credits for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) purposes


Q. Do I need a Certificate of Attendance for CME points?
A. Yes, we will provide you an Attendance Certificate 7 days after the meeting.

Q. Do I send my Certificate of Attendance to Conference Matters to earn CME points?
A. No, keep the Attendance Certificate for your own records when recording your attendance to your CPD programme.

While the conference may be  approved for up to a maximum of 33 hours GPs attending can only claim for the conference sessions they attend. 

Q. Are there any other options for accommodation?
A. Conference Matters has negotiated discounted rates for accommodation, however there is limited supply at the hotels. If accommodation is fully booked there are numerous other options available in Christchurch. Visit https://www.christchurchnz.com/accommodation/ for further options.

Q. What is the temperature going to be?
A. Smart/casual clothing is suitable for inside the meeting. Warm clothes required for outdoor activities.

Q. Can my non-medical partner attend the conference for breakfast, morning, afternoon teas and lunch breaks?
A. Yes, as long as they have a name badge, are registered to attend the meeting and have paid the 'Spouse Registration' fee. Non-Medical Spouses can only attend the catered sessions and are not permitted entry to the presentations/trade stands