The Quality Assurance Committee accepts a wide variety of learning activities as it is aware that members work in various work facilities. Some members work in large teaching hospitals, some in independent health facilities, while others work in remote northern facilities.
These learning activities may include professional readings, seminars, webinars, conferences, courses, learning from other professionals (e.g. attendance at rounds, tutorials and staff meetings), training on new equipment, applications, procedures or software, writing and delivering presentations, courses or clinical teaching, research, writing a professional journal article or paper, and others. Members must record and explain what they learned and how this learning has helped them in their practice. Members may attach evidence of their learning, if available, to their Record of Continuing Education and Professional Development.