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    Apr 16
    Dr Tom Ponsonby, an EVGPT registrar, is undertaking the ACRRM Fellowship pathway. Why did Tom choose rural GP? "There were multiple factors during a year in Foster that brought rural...
    Apr 15
    Registrars training with Eastern Victoria GP Training (EVGPT) achieved an overall pass rate of 97% in the recent RACGP Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) - an outstanding result! We congratulate all...
    Apr 12

    Current EVGPT registrar, Dr Vidhya Subramaniam, was interviewed on WIN Gippsland yesterday. Vidhya is doing her GP training in our Gippsland training region and is undertaking the RACGP Fellowship. Vidhya highlights the opportunities available to registrars and GPs in a rural setting, and says the biggest factor in moving to rural Victoria was being part of the community. Watch the interview here.

    Mar 25

    The GPTEC 2021 Program Committee is seeking GP’s to submit abstracts on research regarding the issues/topics that have arisen in the past 12 months. Abstract submissions close on Monday, 3 May 2021. Find out more.

    Mar 01

    Rural Medicine Australia 2021 (RMA21) registrations are open. The theme for the conference this year is Connection, Collaboration and Unity. If you would like to attend, the conference will be held in Perth this year from Wednesday, 20 October to Saturday, 23 October 2021. If you would like to submit an abstract for consideration, you will need to do so by Monday, 10 May 2021. Find out more.

    Jan 28

    From January 2021 Professor Neil Spike AM, EV GP Training’s Director of Medical Education and Training, has an adjunct appointment as Professor (Practice) in Rural Health, School of Rural Health, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences with Monash University. “I am delighted to be working with Monash University in this role. It provides an opportunity for EV and Monash University to strengthen relationships to support education, training and research in the region,” says Professor Neil Spike. “The benefits are mutual and consistent with our goals in the region of greater community engagement and providing the right doctor, for the right practice for the right community with the right support,” says Professor Spike. Read the full release here.


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