One of the great things about the GP training program is the ability to pursue your special interests while you are training to become a GP.
And one of the great things about training with GP Synergy is that the opportunities are almost endless!
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
Even today, the gap that exists between the health of indigenous Australians and non-indigenous Australians is vast. Find out more about aboriginal health training opportunities with GP Synergy.
GP Synergy is fortunate to have an extensive network of universities and highly regarded academics within our footprint. Explore the academic research options available with us.
Special interest posts
Dermatology? Drug and alcohol? Paediatrics? Refugee health? Sexual health? Mental health? These are just a few areas of special interest that you might like to explore during your training.
Procedural skills/rural generalist training
Do you need to work with your hands? GP Synergy offers posts in anaesthetics, obstetrics, emergency medicine as well as mental health. The best bit is that you use your skills during the rest of your training.
Teaching and education
Teaching others is one of the best ways to learn. It’s also a great way to give something back. GP Synergy offers a range of teaching opportunities for our registrars.