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Kirsten Hailes

Jun 23
“Hope lies in dreams, in imagination, and in the courage of those who dare to make dreams into reality.”  - Jonas Salk   Program Review Over the past two years, the EV medical education team has been undertaking a...
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Jun 23
Program Support Training Post Profiles   All our accredited training posts are now available to view on EV’s new Training Post Profile platform. Registrars and practices now have the option to...
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Jun 23
RLO Update  What a rocky start to the year 2021! As we continue to battle the pandemic with two lockdowns in Melbourne in the first half of the year, registrars...
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Jun 23
Farewell Unfortunately, we have had to farewell Dr Belinda Garth (Quality Assurance Manager) from EV earlier this year. She has been in GP training for nearly 7 years (at both...
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Jun 23
Cultural Safety Training for Supervisors Research Project Many of you will recall participating in a Cultural Safety Audit towards the end of last year. The audit report has been critical to informing...
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Jun 23
Rural Junior Doctor Training Program EV received an extension of the existing contract to continue co-ordinating the Rural Junior Doctor Training Program. This program is delivered in partnership with the Latrobe...
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Jun 20
Eastern Victoria GP Training conducted a virtual celebration for National Reconciliation Week on 02 June and was proud to launch its Racial Discrimination Policy. As part of the policy development...
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Jun 16

EVGPT has received formal notifcation from RACGP confirming accreditation of EVGPT against the RACGP Standards for General Practice Training 3rd Edition. The period of accreditation is from 3 June 2021 to 3 June 2024.

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Jun 12

We are thrilled to announce 3 GPs associated with EVGPT received Length of Service Awards. Dr Bruce Johnston Bruce has served the central Gippsland community of Sale as a GP for nearly 30 years, including VMO duties at Central Gippsland Health Service. Much loved by patients and colleagues, Bruce is a Director at Inglis Medical Centre, a long-time training practice for GP Registrars and medical students. Dr Geoffrey Campbell Geoff is a well-known Rural Generalist GP in West Gippsland recently accredited as a GP Supervisor at Bunyip Medical Centre. He has practiced for many years as a GP anaesthetist and has been involved in medical student education. Dr Nola Maxfield Nola is a Rural Generalist GP in Wonthaggi where she has practiced for nearly 40 years providing GP, anaesthetics and obstetric services locally. Wonthaggi have long hosted medical learners including registrars. Nola’s passionate advocacy for rural general practice has seen her in distinguished roles nationally (she is a former President of the Rural Doctors Association of Australia) and she continues to serve as a Board Director at EVGPT and the…

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