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Dec 09
Program News Bianca Vardanega, Manager General Pathway Val Treneman, Manager Rural Pathway   2021 Selection   We would like to acknowledge all EV program support, supervisors and medical educators who were involved in the organisation and...
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Dec 09
Rural Generalist GPO & GPA Workshops  We have coordinated a number of  ‘Rural Generalist GPO & GPA State Trainee Workshops’ remotely due to COVID-19 restrictions during semester 2, 2020 in...
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Dec 09
A message from the CEO  To say that the last four months in Australian GP Training (AGPT) have been dramatic would be an understatement. Having a reasonably assured process of transition...
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Dec 08
RLO Update What a year 2020 has been! It has been a challenging time for Victorians indeed. We started off the year with bushfires, then shortly after experienced the 2...
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Dec 08
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” Vincent van Gogh  2020 has shown us that we never know how strong we are, until being strong...
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Jun 25
CEO Update Welcome to the winter edition of EV news.  2020 has had a challenging start.  The summer bushfires throughout the state were particularly devastating in Gippsland. Our communities were...
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Jun 25
Registrar Placements in Aboriginal Health Services  Four registrars are on part-time placement in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) in Semester 1, 2020 - placed at three of our active services. They will...
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Jun 25
RLO Update Hello registrars, what a start to 2020. It hasn’t been just a challenging one for established GPs but also a particularly tricky time for GPs in training: from changes in face to face learning;...
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Jun 25

Intern GP Rotation (IGPPP) – Orientation Lunch In January, an Orientation lunch was held at the Tinamba Hotel for the new cohort of interns from the Gippsland Rural Intern Training Program. These interns will undertake a GP rotation this year. The program was hosted by Dr Kelly Seach with Practice Managers and Supervisors attending from Breed St Clinic, Heyfield Medical Centre and Maffra Medical Group.  All 15 interns attended and had the opportunity to listen to a number of speakers including Professor Marlene Drysdale who spoke about the history of Aboriginals in Gippsland and Aboriginal Health. Dr Damian Hannon, EV Registrar and Registrar Medical Educator spoke with his RLO and GPRA ‘Future GP Program’ hat on. Dr Stacey Smith who was in their shoes 12 months again spoke about her experience and why she has now joined the GP Rural pathway with EV. Thank you to all staff involved from EV and the practices, this was an invaluable opportunity for the interns – which was appreciated by all.   GPO & GPA Rural Generalist Trainee Statewide Workshop – Ballarat The…

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