Curriculum for Australian General Practice – Review
A review of the RACGP Curriculum for Australian General Practice occurs every 3 – 5 years. The RACGP invites health practitioner boards, health services, State, Territory and Commonwealth Government departments, medical and specialist colleges, universities, associations, consumer advocate organisations, RACGP members, doctors in training and the broader community to provide input to inform the review.
The current curriculum was released in 2016. It provides competency-based outcomes to inform the development of GP training programs and delivery across the lifelong learning journey of the Australian General Practitioner, from pre-GP terms, through to Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The curriculum sits within the RACGP General Practice Education Framework alongside the RACGP Standards for General Practice Training and the Competency Profile of the Australian General Practitioner at the point of Fellowship. Together, these documents provide a guide for training organisations, medical educators, supervisors and doctors-in-training.
The RACGP curriculum’s vision is to inform the development of training programs that reflect, and include the diverse needs of the Australian community. By providing feedback, you help shape the way in which GPs are trained to meet the primary health care needs of all peoples living in Australia.
Please submit your feedback form, supporting documentation and queries via email to email@example.com
RACGP curriculum review and syllabus development projects survey
The first section of this survey relates to the review of the curriculum and the second considers future training needs through the development of the syllabus. The survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Your input helps us provide ongoing, high-quality education for GPs to deliver primary healthcare that meets the needs of people living in Australia.