Despite being a relatively new GP supervisor, Chris has received great feedback. Practicing at Ochre Health in Bruce, his approach to supervising has been to consider it as a learning experience for himself as well as registrars. One of our registrars said: “Dr Harrison is always sharing interesting articles and advances in research, he has enhanced my learning and been a mentor for how I would like to practice in the future.”
Lisa has been Practice Manager Peter Street Medical Centre in Wagga Wagga for the last seven years. She is very enthusiastic about GP training, and ensuring the practice offers the best possible training outcomes for registrars. Of the 12 GPs working at the practice, six are registrars who have stayed on as a permanent part of the team.
Jonathan has recently fellowed, and is working at the Riverina Aboriginal Medical and Dental Corporation, as a visiting medical officer in forensics, and drug and alcohol treatment, as well as working for headspace in youth mental health. As a registrar he displayed a passion for understanding the health needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and Jonathan says being able to serve the indigenous community as one of the best things about training in Wagga Wagga.
Claire has worked tirelessly over the last 12 months in her role as events coordinator based in GP Synergy’s Wagga Wagga office. In addition to her day-to-day role that includes delivering workshops for registrars, supervisors and practice managers, she contributed to the organisation of the General Practice Training and Education conference held in Sydney this year.
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