Become an ANSC GP

GPs wishing to participate in the Antenatal Shared Care (ANSC) program need to be registered on the program.

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Registration

GPs wishing to participate in the GP Antenatal Shared Care Program need to be registered in the program. Registration for ANSC requires:

  • Completion of GP ANSC pdf Application form (153 KB)
  • Current AHPRA registration as a medical practitioner with the Medical Board of Australia
  • Current membership of a medical defence association
  • Participation in an orientation session facilitated by the ANSC GP Liaison Midwife

How to maintain Affliation as an ANSC GP

GPs undertaking antenatal shared care are expected to maintain Affliation as an ANSC GP provider and be familiar with current ANSC guidelines and protocols. There are ongoing educational requirements for each RACGP triennium which require participating GPs to accrue at least 12 Category 2 points in antenatal or postnatal specific Continuing Professional Development (CPD) events over this three year period.

CESPHN hold regular pregnancy-related educational events and have listed available pdf on-line educational resources (106 KB) and tools available to all GPs. CESPHN educational activities are posted on our  pdf events calendar (216 KB)  and the weekly fax-out. If you attend activities outside CESPHN, please forward copies of completion certificates and/or your RACGP CPD credit statement to the Maternal and Child Health Project Officer to update your records. 

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