Proximity Cards, that is.
Being a subspecialty society of the Philippine College of Physicians, scientific activities of the Association can be granted PCP Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Credit Units. In fact, for the 24th PRA Annual Meeting you’ll be getting you’ll be getting 5! And to think we just need 15 CPD units per year (for 3 consecutive years) to renew our PRC licenses. And 15 PCP CPD credit units per year is also needed to maintain our status as a member of good standing.
Bringing your PCP ID/ Proximity Card facilitates your daily logging in for attendance. Just present your proximity card at the registration table and our personnel will register your card using our RFID Scanner. You’ll only have to sign the 2 other folders for attendance – one for the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) and another for the Philippine Medical Association (PMA). Both offices provide separate CPD credit units. PMA was gracious in providing us 100 CME units (equivalent to 10 PRC CPD credit units).
The Philippine Academy of Family Physicians (PAFP) is also granting 17 Category II credit units to its members who’ll be participating in #PRA2018.