GPTT registrars in Tasmania participate in training including specific cultural workshops and education activities designed to provide insight and awareness into a diverse range of patients and cases that they may encounter working in day-to-day general practice.discover more
On Monday 30 January we welcomed the Assistant Minister for Health, the Hon Dr David Gillespie MP, Senator Jonathan Duniam, President of the RACGP, Dr Bastian Seidel and former President of ACRRM, Dr Lucie Walters to GPTT’s GP Registrar Orientation. The Minister announced the selection of medical graduates for the AGPT program will now be […]discover more
A visit to the Saunders Street Clinic, run by GP Jim Berryman and his wife Rebecca is far from a sterile surgical environment - with many patients feeling like they are visiting a warm stylish country home.discover more
Exciting technology is now being utilised at GPTT at our training events across the state. ‘Reggie’ our new vein scanner system has been at work at both supervisor and registrar training workshops this week. Participant details are scanned and a record is updated immediately in GPrime. This includes any CPD points participants can earn for […]
This year’s Supervisor and ME retreat will be held at White Sands Estate, Iron house Point, East Coast Tasmania from 12pm Sunday 21 May until 12pm Monday 22 May. The focus of the retreat will be “Coaching – the learning and teaching of skills, the optimisation of performance and how this can enhance medical education and supervision.” As part of the […]
Enlighten your ophthalmology skills! This free workshop is limited to 30 participants for maximum learning. Presented in conjunction with RANZCO Tasmanian Branch Meeting Time: 1.00pm – 5.00pm Date: Saturday 10 June 2017 Venue: Hobart Function & Conference Centre, 1 Elizabeth St, Hobart Tasmania Register here
This is a two-day course with the focus on developing advanced skills in managing the deteriorating patient and cardiac arrest.
The course is designed for healthcare professionals who would be expected to apply those skills taught as part of their clinical duties, or to teach them on a regular basis.
Appropriate participants include doctors and nurses working in critical care areas (e.g. ED, CCU, ICU, HDU, Acute Admissions units) or in the resuscitation /medical emergency team and paramedics.