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Webinar: Rural generalism/procedural GP

Rural Generalists/procedural GPs are doctors providing important services such as anaesthetics, obstetrics, surgery, paediatrics, palliative care, and other skills in rural hospitals that do not ...
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Practice Experience Pathway (PEP) off to a flying start

In February 2019, 54 participants joined the RACGP Practice Experience Program (PEP) in NSW and ACT - a self-directed education program designed to support non-vocationally ...
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RACGP and ACRRM award nominations open

Do you know a doctor you'd like to nominate for an award? RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Awards Each year, the RACGP Aboriginal ...
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Are you getting our correspondence?

We have changed the platform we use to send some our emails.  If you haven’t heard from us recently, it might be a good idea ...
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Practice Management Diploma celebrates fifth intake

Twenty staff from Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) across NSW and ACT are the fifth cohort to undertake the highly successful Diploma of Practice ...
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Research and Evaluation Unit update

Since 2016, the GP Synergy Research and Evaluation Unit has evolved from continuing the Registrar Clinical Encounters in Training (ReCEnT) project – a large research ...
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New Practice and Supervisor Quality Framework

GP Synergy has implemented a new Practice and Supervisor Quality Framework that applies to all practices and supervisors. What is it? The quality framework and ...
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Practice Experience Pathway (PEP) commencement

In February 2019, 54 participants joined the RACGP Practice Experience Program (PEP) in NSW and ACT - a self-directed education program designed to support non-vocationally ...
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Education Unit update

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Strategic Health Plan 2019- 2021 has been approved and implementation is in full swing. In the plan there are ...
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MESP update: Assessments – Why they are important

How can assessments of competency help us train the GPs of the future? Like them or not they are an important part of training, from ...
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Does a 100km bushwalk on 23-25 August sound like fun?

Each year GP Synergy enters a team in the Oxfam 100km trailwalk which is a proven endurance event from Hawkesbury to Sydney Harbour. It is ...
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What are your plans for National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week?

Since 1998, National Sorry Day (26 May) has been dedicated to remember and commemorate the mistreatment of the country’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population ...
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Take your first step towards a dynamic and rewarding career. Find out what it's like training as a GP in NSW & ACT.

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