Becoming a Teaching Practice
General Practice Training Tasmania (GPTT) has contractual obligations to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM).
GPTT has an accreditation process for teaching practices to ensure standards are met and maintained for quality training of GP registrars throughout Tasmania.
To be eligible to accommodate GP registrars or prevocational doctors, your practice or clinic and GP supervisors need to be accredited with the appropriate training body being either RACGP or ACRRM, or both.
Benefits Of Becoming A Teaching Practice
- Improves job satisfaction for GP supervisors and all staff.
- Involves both doctors and practice staff working as a team.
- Adds to your teaching skills.
- Add value to your patient’s perception of your practice.
- Enables your practice to develop links and relationships with other organisations also involved in teaching.
- Offers opportunity for registrars doctors to develop the understanding of general practice whilst developing skills to contribute to your practice.
- Increases the likelihood that a registrar will return to your practice once they complete their training.
Contact our accreditation team at GPTT if you are considering becoming a GP supervisor or applying to become an accredited teaching practice.
Contact Sarah Roberts at [email protected] to discuss options and explain our accreditation process.
Or download the Practice Manager handbook below.