As the national peak body for future GPs, GPRA has funding to establish a new scholarship to attract and help retain GPs to train in the Northern Territory (NT). GPRA seeks input from NT stakeholders to help inform the guidelines for the new scholarship earmarked for full implementation from 2024/25.
Members training under the AGPT are being asked to help identify emerging issues or concerns in this anonymous quiz.
GPRA Board Chair Mr Scott Williams today announced the resignation of GPRA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Andrew Gosbell.
Read the Executive Summary and download the full Discussion Paper here.
The National Terms and Conditions for the Employment of Registrars (NTCER) GPRA position statement S03 Read the PDF here. 1. PURPOSE This document outlines the position of General Practice Registrars Australia (GPRA) on the use of the National Terms and Conditions for Employment of Registrars (NTCER) . 2. SCOPE This document applies to general practice…
GP registrars providing care to practice staff and others who they work with: GPRA position statement
This document outlines the position of GPRA on GP registrars providing care to practice staff and others who they work with.
The revised 2018 AGPT policy makes it easier for GP registrars to foster their interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
GPRA position statement on quality community-based training positions for vocational training in the specialty of general practice in Australia.