Former GPTT Board Chairman Dr David Knowles has been named GP Supervisor of the Year by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Dr Knowles also won the RACGP’s top accolade, the Rose Hunt award – given to a member who demonstrates exemplary service in the promotion of the College’s objectives. He has been an […]discover more
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
Dr Kristen Fitzgerald has been appointed Director of Education for GPTT, replacing Dr Rohan Kerr. She has been working for the School of Medicine at the University of Tasmania as a senior lecturer in rural health and coordinator of the 1st year case-based learning program. She also works as a GP at General Practice Plus […]
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 […]
GP Registrars have just a few days to submit their application for a GPTT Education and Research Scholarship – the fourth and final scholarship funding round for 2017. Applications close this Friday, 1st December.
Registrars can apply for funding to undertake a course or attend a specific workshop or conference relevant to general practice.
Applicants should apply via the online application form in Gprime.