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With the transition to profession-led training and the development of other Fellowship pathways, the ongoing renewal of the RACGP curriculum and the addition of the syllabus are essential to ensure that GP training remains relevant to the ever-changing medical landscape, ensuring our future practitioners meet the health needs of Australian society.
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The RACGP Curriculum and Syllabus for Australian General Practice 2022 (curriculum and syllabus) builds on the strengths of the previous RACGP curriculum and introduces a syllabus for general practice training.
The focus of the curriculum and syllabus is on describing the core competencies and outcomes for the GP at the point of Fellowship.
The focus of the curriculum and syllabus is on describing the core competencies and outcomes for the GP at the point of Fellowship
The RACGP curriculum is accredited and monitored as part of the RACGP’s accreditation under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law.
The inaugural RACGP syllabus was developed collaboratively with GPs, supervisors, medical educators, cultural educators and GPs in training and new Fellows. Development occurred in stages in a cyclical, rather than a linear way
A theoretical framework was used to ground the curriculum and syllabus template development. An understanding of the relevant theories is necessary to ensure the development of appropriate instructional strategies within the GP context and environment of learning.
A list of curriculum units
The core competency framework articulates the required core competencies of a specialist GP at the point of Fellowship.
References used within this guideline.
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