What are GPRA networks?
We support five networks
A network for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander registrars.
- peer-to-peer professional and cultural support
- exam preparation
- online training and support
GP registrars in training and those who have up to two years post fellowship are welcome to join our network. For more information, please email email@example.com
Run by students for students! The network supports students interested in general practice. There is a GPSN club in medical schools at all 21 university campuses across Australia.
Get involved today! Support includes:
- social events
- clinical skill sessions
- seminars and conferences
- peer support
- networking opportunities.
Don't let general practice fall off the radar during hospital training! This network provides you with exposure to general practice while you're completing your hospital training.
Explore the world of general practice while you complete your hospital training. Through this network you can access:
- general practice networking events
- educational events
- resources and more.
General Practice Registrar Medical Educator Network (GPRMEN)
Are you planning a career in medical education or working in general practice and wanting to train others? This network supports registrar medical educators within the Australian General Practice Training program through peer and direct support.
General Practice Registrar Emerging Supervisor Network (GPRESN)
Interested in becoming a supervisor? Access peer-to-peer networking and guidance through the GPRESN network. Registrars can gain the skills early in their training to feel confident the role of a supervisor. Contact us today for more information