GP Synergy award nominations now open - GP Synergy

GP Synergy award nominations now open

Nominations are now open for the GP Synergy NSW/ACT and subregional awards. If you know someone who deserves to be recognised for their commitment and contribution to general practice training, why not nominate them for one of the GP Synergy awards?

Nominating is easy! Simply head to the awards module in GPRime2. Nominations close midnight 22 September 2019.

The GP Synergy awards:

  • Dr Jeremy Bunker Outstanding Achievement Award: in memory of the late Dr Jeremy Bunker (former Director of Training), this award recognises outstanding achievement by a GP Synergy registrar, supervisor, staff member or alumni member with a $3000 cash prize.
  • Registrar of the Year Award (by subregion): presented within each subregion to a registrar who has demonstrated exceptional performance and commitment to general practice in their community.
  • Supervisor of the Year Award (by subregion): awarded in each subregion to recognise dedication and ongoing commitment to the provision of quality general practice education and training by an accredited GP Synergy supervisor.
  • Practice manager of the Year Award (by subregion): awarded in each subregion to recognise dedication and ongoing commitment to the provision of quality general practice education and training by a GP Synergy practice manager.
  • GP Synergy employee of the year award (by subregion): awarded in each subregion to recognise dedication and ongoing commitment to the provision of quality general practice education and training by a GP Synergy staff member.
  • ACRRM Registrar of the Year Award (NSW/ACT): an award to recognise an ACRRM registrar who demonstrates outstanding community leadership, a strong commitment to rural and remote general practice and sound academic performance.
  • RACGP Registrar of the Year Award (NSW/ACT): awarded to the RACGP registrar that obtained the highest RACGP score within the 2018-2019 financial year.
  • Dr Charlotte Hespe Research Award (NSW/ACT): an award presented to a registrar (academic or non-academic) who has conducted research or a project during training that is considered most outstanding.

Visit our website for previous winners.