Attend an upcoming GPRA event, face-to-face or online.
AKT and KFP workshop
Facilitated by Dr Abdul Qadeer QJ Malhi, GPRA is hosting an online series of three written exam preparation study sessions, helping you to prepare for the AKT and KFP. These sessions are targeted towards International Medical Graduates (IMGs), however, all GP trainees are welcome to attend.
- First session: Saturday 15 May 2021
Second session: 22 May 2021
Final session: 29 May 2021
- Each session starts at 10:30am
- $90 (includes all three sessions)
RCE study sessions for IMGs
GPRA is hosting an online series of three exam preparation study sessions, facilitated by Dr Abdul Qadeer QJ Malhi helping you to prepare for the RACGP's Remote Clinical Exam (RCE). These sessions are targeted towards International Medical Graduates (IMGs), however, all GP trainees are welcome to attend.
- First session: Thursday 20 May 2021
Second session: 27 May 2021
Final session: Thursday 3 June 2021
- Each session starts 8pm (AEST)
- $100 (includes all three sessions)
Watch on demand!
GPRA is hosting a Remote Clinical Exam (RCE) preparation webinar, featuring recent (2020.1) RCE candidate, Dr Damian Hannon. This webinar is designed to give you insight into the RCE from the perspective of a candidate, and is targeted towards all GP trainees who aim to sit the RCE.
Understanding the NTCER and GP trainee employment arrangements
As a GP registrar, negotiating your employment agreement can be a daunting task. However, it is an essential part of GP training—GPRA is here to support you. This webinar will take you through the basics of the NTCER and negotiating your employment agreement, including not-to-be-missed clauses and items, a negotiation checklist, and more.
For those questions that time did not allow for on the night, please see our Your Questions, Answered document. (PDF).
Fine tuning for the AKT: a webinar especially for IMGs
For many International Medical Graduates (IMGs), also known as overseas trained doctors, exams are a stressful time. The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners' (RACGP) Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) and Key Feature Problems (KFP) exam can prove to be particularly stressful.
Webinar: Optimising your supervision and training with telehealth
Dr Rebekah Hoffman (GPRA Director, Chair of the NSW New Fellows Committee and a GP supervisor), and Dr Allison Hempenstall (ACRRM Registrar Committee Chair), give advice on how trainees can successfully engage in telehealth consultations and undertake training activities with their supervisor.
Q&A Webinar: COVID-19 impacts on GP trainee employment and training
A panel, including GPRA President, Dr Sama Balasubramanian, GPRA Registrar Advisor, Dr Melanie Smith, RACGP National Faculty for GPs in Training Chair, Dr Krystyna de Lange, and ACCRM Registrar Committee Chair, Dr Allison Hempenstall, will be answering questions from GP trainees about how COVID-19 is impacting their employment conditions and training.
Recorded Tuesday 28 April 2020.