General Questions about the HeartOne CPD Program

About the HeartOne CPD Program:
What is HeartOne?
Is participation in the HeartOne CPD Program compulsory for CSANZ members?
Do I need to duplicate my CPD activity records between HeartOne and the RACP system?
Can I contribute content to the CPD Program?
How can I give feedback about the program?

About the HeartOne Web Application:
How do I access HeartOne?
How to I set / reset my HeartOne password?
How do I update my profile and contact information?
How do I enter CPD activity?
How do I complete Online CPD modules?
Why was nothing recorded in my CPD Diary after watching a video?
What is the difference between a ‘Resource’ and a ‘Module’?
How can I access online Journals & Books?
How can I be notified when new material is published?

What is HeartOne?

HeartOne is the new CPD program from the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand and is a CPD platform tailored for Cardiologists and those working in the field of Cardiology. It provides a framework for self-directed learning and assessment, recording CPD activity, as well as access to online journals, books and other resources. It is available as an early release to all current CSANZ members – see How do I access HeartOne? below.

Is participation in the HeartOne CPD Program compulsory for CSANZ members?

At this stage participation is not compulsory and members must still record activity in the RACP system (see below). It is important to note that HeartOne already provides a rich array of content and learning support tools which are not available through the RACP web site.

Members are strongly encouraged to play an active role in the development of HeartOne by accessing the system, providing feedback and contributing material such as cases and clinical problems.

Do I need to duplicate my CPD activity records between HeartOne and the RACP system?

No. You can record detailed CPD activity in HeartOne and input a summary report to RACP MyCPD.

An instructional video has been developed to demonstrate this process:

Transfer CPD Summary to RACP / MyCPD

How can I contribute content to the CPD Program?

Members are encouraged to contribute content such as cases, clinical problems and other content of interest to fellow members. Please see the Contribute to HeartOne page for more information.

How can I give feedback about the program?

A feedback forum is currently in use for the CPD Committee and content experts. In due course the forum will be opened up to members to generate valuable feedback and ideas. For the time being please email education@csanz.edu.au with any feedback, comments or questions.

How do I access HeartOne?

Access to HeartOne is available to all current members of CSANZ and requires only an Internet connection and a modern web browser.

You are currently viewing the public web site which contains general information about HeartOne and a list of available resources.

Accessing HeartOne resources is as easy as clicking the relevant links from this site and logging in. Alternatively, you can log in to HeartOne and search for resources under the ‘Education’ tab.

If you have never logged in before, or have forgotten your password, please follow the instructions: How to I set / reset my HeartOne password?

Log in to HeartOne

How do I set / reset my HeartOne password?

If you have never logged in before, or have forgotten your password you can set / reset your password.

If the above video does not work try this link: VIDEO HELP »

How do I update my profile and contact information?

You are able to manage contact details and basic profile information via the HeartOne application, under the ‘Profile’ tab.

If the above video does not work try this link: VIDEO HELP »

How do I enter CPD activity?

General CPD activity is recorded in your HeartOne CPD Diary. This can be accessed from the HeartOne start page as well as the ‘Education’ menu.

If the above video does not work try this link: VIDEO HELP »

How do I complete Online CPD modules?

HeartOne contains a learning and self-assessment feature that will be continually expanded and improved. Online CPD modules present material for review and may also contain self-assessment questions. Once complete, CPD credit for the module is automatically recorded in you CPD Diary.

Why was nothing recorded in my CPD Diary after watching a video?

There are a few possibilities:

  1. You may not have completed the final few steps of the Module (see above)
  2. You may have already completed the Module, and it is limited to a single allocation of CPD credit.
  3. You may have accessed the raw Resource, rather than a Module (see below)

What is the difference between a ‘Resource’ and a ‘Module’?

HeartOne contains a large database of Resource records. This is a analogous to a library and includes anything from scanned abstracts to full length videos, as well as links to external web sites. Access to the Resource Library is provided for general information and research purposes, without the necessity to complete a formal CPD Module. However, time spent accessing resources can be manually recorded your CPD Diary.

CPD Modules may contain one or more Resources and are intended to provide a convenient way to access relevant CPD content for your particular areas of interest. Completion of the CPD Modules will automatically record credit in your CPD Diary.

How can I access online Journals & Books?

An extensive set of relevant journals & books are included in the Resource Library and can be accessed from within the HeartOne application (EDUCATION -> Journals), or from this website in the Online Category.

How can I be notified when new material is published?

We are working on a a range of ways to make it easy to stay informed about new material in your areas of interest. At present we have an RSS feed available for the individual categories on this web site.

If you click on any of the category links in the footer, or the Resources or CPD Modules menu items, you will be taken to a category page. this is a list of posts within that paticular category.

To the right of the page heading there will be an RSS Feed link (icon) that looks like this ->

If you click that link you will see the RSS feed formatted as a web page. Subscribing to the RSS feed requires a compatible news reader. Ther are numerous options including some email programs, web browser plug-ins, as well as mobile and desktop software.

Whichever method you choose, once you have subscribed to an RSS feed the reader will notify you when a new post appears in that particular feed, and you can subscribe to as many as you like.

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