Introduction Regional training providers face many challenges in delivering
vocational training to general practice registrars across Australia. They
need to be able to respond to new learning theories and the ever
expanding volume of medical knowledge, as well as the changing
In 2008, the Victorian Metropolitan Alliance (VMA) embarked
on a project to map the new Royal Australian College of General
Practitioners curriculum to the VMA program. The aim of this article is
to describe the processes through which the VMA created a curriculum
guide for peer learning workshops, supervisors and registrars, designed
to be adaptable to various Australian curricula and to be flexible and
robust, as well as accessible to the intended users.
Download the PDF for the full article.
Download article PDF