Future General Practitioner (FGP) network

The Going Places Network (GPN) has been refreshed and revised, and is now known as the Future General Practitioner (FGP) network.

This change in name is to more authentically reflect the goal of many of the network’s members—to become a GP, but also that the FGP network is here to support you in achieving this goal.

The FGP network will help you get a head-start on the pathway to general practice with important information, resources and support—including advice on your options within GP training and beyond.

There are more big changes coming to the network. We are just about to commence a trial of our FGP Ambassadors and Advisors in a small number of hospitals in some states of Australia. This trial will inform our long-term aim to develop the best support for you during your hospital training and answer any questions you may have about general practice or GP training.

So whether you are set on becoming a GP, interested in general practice, or keeping your medical specialty options open, the FGP network is here for you.

I wish you all the best during your hospital training.

Dr Andrew Gosbell

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