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The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners’ Standards for general practice training allow different models of registrar supervision, provided these models achieve the outcomes of facilitating registrars’ learning and ensuring patient safety.
The pages below detail the current models supporting the training of GP's in rural and remote locations.
With blended supervision, remote supervision is added to the identified and organised local resources
This remote supervision model hopes to alleviate strain on supervisors to meet supervision requirements in their current form
This supervision model enables GP registrars to carry out indigenous medicine in rural and remote Queensland using online methods
Southern General Practice Training seek to implement a blended model of remote supervision