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Monday, 23 March 2020
Applications Close:
Monday, 27 April 2020


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The Victorian Rural Health Awards is back for its 15th year. Since 2005 RWAV has proudly hosted the annual Victorian Rural Health Awards to recognise the outstanding contributions made by medical specialists, GPs, nurses, allied health professionals and Aboriginal Health Workers working in rural and regional Victoria. This year, new category selections have been introduced. If you know a rural health professional who should be recognised for their outstanding contribution, nominations are now open: https://www.rwav.com.au/victorian-rural-health-awards-2020/.


This ABC news article outlines various ways the public can assist – it includes links to donate money, goods, and time to bushfire victims.


The process of having Rural Generalist Medicine recognised as a specialist field within the speciality of general practice has taken a significant step forward. The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) have submitted a joint application to the Medical Board of Australia (MBA) to formalise national recognition of the distinct work and skill set of Rural Generalists. RACGP Vice President and Chair of the Rural Council Associate Professor Ayman…


In this article, Dr Rosemary Gentle – a current registrar with EV GP Training, details her favourite things about General Practice. Training Length Need I say more? It’s a lovely succinct program and you can go from registrar to consultant in 2 years (or a few more if you train part time like me). Flexible Hours Unlike the hospital system where you hours are dictated to, in general practice, I’ve found my working days  / hours have been much more…


Dr Lloyd Waters, Clocktower Medical Centre, Sale. Lloyd has been supervising registrars for over 18 years. He has dedicated his time and passion to the teaching of junior doctors – over 52 registrars. He has also worked with remedial registrars to ensure that they continue their education and training, and successfully achieve Fellowship. His approach to supervising is holistic and always very thorough providing registrars with excellent support. Lloyd is a dedicated and passionate supervisor, one who is committed to…


Dr Terence Heng, Nunawading Clinic Terence is a dedicated educator and mentor to both current and past registrars who have worked at his practice. He is an innovative teacher and uses technology platforms to discuss interesting cases and learning points with learners. He is well respected within his community and much loved GP to his patients. Through his work, Terence shows both the medical community and the public that General Practitioners are able to manage a wide breadth of presentations…


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