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Sep 28

Each year, the Australian Government commissions an external research company to conduct a survey of GP registrars to gauge the level of satisfaction with their training, regional training organisations and career progression. The 2016 AGPT National Registrar Survey Final Report is available to download from the AGPT website.  A summary is shown below. In 2017, the AGPT National Registrar Survey (NRS) will again be administered to all eligible AGPT registrars by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER).

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Jul 10

EV acknowledged and celebrated NAIDOC Week with gatherings in both Hawthorn and Churchill offices, learning why NAIDOC Week is important to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.  A guest presenter, Karen Milward, and our own staff, Professor Marlene Drysdale and Aunty Nelly Flagg, informed staff of the history of NAIDOC Week and also that it is very much a time of celebration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.   

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May 23

On Friday 5 May 2017 over one hundred General Practice (GP) training supervisors came together to attend a Residential Workshop at San Remo, as part of the Eastern Victoria GP Training (EV) program. Most of the GP supervisors attending the San Remo Workshop are practising GPs from across Gippsland and the Mornington Peninsula, who are committed to training the next generation of GPs in the region. The Hon Greg Hunt MP, Federal Member for Flinders, Minister for Health and Minister for Sport, outlined initiatives underway in General Practice and the 2017 Federal budget which he described as being of benefit to the Gippsland community with a focus on strengthening Medicare, Mental Health, Preventive Health and Medical Research. The presentation was well received by all, with a number of questions from the GPs relating to ensuring ongoing GP services to our communities across the region. Photograph: L-R: Mr David Glasson CEO Eastern Victoria GP Training (EV) The Hon Greg Hunt, Federal Minister for Flinders, Minster for Health and Minister for Sport Prof Neil Spike Director of Training EV Nellie Flagg, Aboriginal Health…

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Feb 07

The Australian Government has announced another important component of its significant health workforce reform agenda, handing the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program selection to the two General Practice Colleges, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). Read the full Assistant Minister’s media release and refer to the 2018 AGPT Selection Changes FAQ. For more information about eligibility for the AGPT program visit AGPT website the AGPT program’s selection process, please visit the ACRRM website or the RACGP website.

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Jan 23

Applications are now open for an Appointed Board Director Position (3 year tenure) to the Board of Eastern Victoria GP Training. The Board encourages applications from females with business, accounting and/or governance experience. Applications close 17 February 2017, for a copy of the “Invitation to Apply” contact: Julie Rogalsky Company Secretary, Eastern Victoria GP Training Ltd. E: julie.rogalsky@evgptraining.com.au M: 0433 818 066 P: 5132 3111

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Nov 21

EV GP Training (EV) is committed to the continuous improvement in the training of doctors in the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program. Each year, the Australian Government commissions an external research company to conduct a survey of GP registrars to gauge the level of satisfaction with their training, regional training organisations (in your case EV) and career progression. In 2016, the AGPT Registrar Satisfaction Survey (RSS) will again be administered to all eligible AGPT registrars by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). The survey opens 21 November and closes 23 December 2016. Registrars should monitor their email for an invitation to complete the survey and we strongly encourage EV registrars to participate. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and the results enable the Department of Health to monitor the performance of the program and help bring emerging issues to the attention of the Department and other GP training stakeholders. For those interested in last year’s survey, the 2015 AGPT Registrar Satisfaction Survey Final Report is available to download from the AGPT website. Or you can…

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