GP registrar/rural generalist supervision

Supervision of GP registrars/rural generalists

Vocational general practice training in Australia is based on the ‘apprenticeship model’, where registrars/RGs consult independently with patients, but practice under the supervision of accredited GP supervisors. GP supervisors therefore play an essential role in the development of registrars into confident and competent GPs.
This page links to resources specific to training GP registrars and rural generalists through AGPT. Please review the Supervision Resources page for a range of more generic resources. And for College specific information, please visit RACGP or ACRRM.
 
For resources pertaining to the following topics, please visit the webpages

Date reviewed: 19 July 2024

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