Securing agreement from both Colleges: the SLO Advisory Council
In light of the changes to the GP training environment in the transfer of training from the 9 RTOs to the 2 unevenly sized GP specialty Colleges, GPSA has played an active role in securing a future network for the nation’s Supervisor Liaison Officers. This has involved the development and execution of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) tied to newly created Terms of Reference (TOR) for the SLO Advisory Council.
Building ties with the university and prevocational sectors
Throughout 2023, GPSA has been busy expanding a traditional focus on vocational training to better support supervisors and practice teams engaged in the supervision of medical students and prevocational learners.
This has resulted in a significant win for GPSA members and the sector more broadly, as our initiatives translate into a more inclusive era for GP pathways – read more in the Chair Report for October 2023.
Partnering on research
Recognising the increased impact our research can have through broad collaboration, we continue to grow our research partnerships:
General Practice Registrars Australia (GPRA)
Victorian Rural Generalist Program (VRGP)
The University of Queensland
The University of Melbourne
the Department of Health and Aged Care (DOHAC)
Oglethorpe University, USA
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
The University of Adelaide
James Cook University
Christies Beach Medical Centre
Date reviewed: 02 October 2023
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