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General Practice Training - 4 July 2011

Career Day - Sydney Children's Hospital 1200 - 1230

Michael Tam

on 14 June 2012

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Transcript of General Practice Training - 4 July 2011

General Practice Training Dr Michael Tam Medical Educator, GP Synergy

Lecturer in Primary Health Care, University of NSW

General practitioner, Glebe Family Medical Practice 4 July 2011
Sydney Children's Hospital Dijon
December 2010 About me... one
positive one
negative university intern, RMO1 SMRO GP registrar About you... 2009: SIGPET + NEATS
2010: + IGPE 13 GP networks
5 Universities
just under 20 teaching hospitals RACGP Fellowship option 12 month hospital residency 18 months of GP placements 6 months of extended skills Optional 12 months advanced
skills training general medicine, general surgery, paediatrics
emergency medicine basic, advanced, mentorship ACRRM Fellowship option 12 month hospital residency 24 months of GP placements 12 months advanced
specialised training About the training
providers... 1000 places in 2012 nationally... urban
rural pathway About the training
program... recognition of prior
learning how do I apply? applications open annually for one month: May - June

2 referee reports

nominate RTP preference

centralised selection interviews (SJT + MMI)

final selection by RTP

training starts in January following year About how... PGPPP available for PGY2s

hands-on GP experience in closely supervised setting

see own patients with supervisor always on-site

recognised hospital term

see your JMO manager for more information Thank you
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