About remote supervision
Remote supervision aims to provide high-quality training options for registrars to work in locations where there is limited or no regular on-site supervision. During remote supervision, registrars are primarily supervised by a supervisor who is offsite and phone and videoconferencing is used to teach, support, and ensure real-time assistance when needed.
The RACGP remote supervision initiative could enable and influence improved access to care and address chronic workforce shortages that have affected remote and rural Australian towns for decades.
Learn more Remote Supervision Guidelines