Read about the experience of past academic registrars who have featured in newsGP.
"New wave of GP-researchers set to tackle vital questions"
GPs in training across Australia are set to examine a variety of critical health issues and work to improve primary care for patients as part of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) 2021 Academic Post program.
“Working to further general practice research”
The RACGP Foundation has announced the recipients of its 2019 grants and awards. Congratulations to previous RACGP Academic Post registrars: Dr Sean Black-Tiong (2019), Dr Katrina Giskes (2019), Dr Melinda Choy (2018) and Dr Roisin Bhamjee (2018).
“Recognition of emerging research in general practice”
The RACGP Foundation recently honoured two of its outstanding researchers. Current Academic Post Registrar (2019) Dr Rita McMorrow was awarded the Alan Chancellor Award.
“RACGP awards: State winners announced”
Former Academic Post Registrar Dr Pallavi Prathivadi is awarded 2019 RACGP Victorian Registrar of the Year.
“A GP for every doctor”
Dr Rebekah Hoffman talks to newsGP about the importance of doctor self-care.
“Balancing academic, clinical and personal life”
With burnout among general practice registrars an all-too-common issue, Dr Bosco Wu focused his academic research on the risks in medical training.
“From general practice registrar to Clinical Dean: A career reflection”
Associate Professor Justin Tse reflects on how his academic post helped pave the way for a fulfilling career in medicine and academia.
“The birth of a career in general practice research”
Dr Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis reflects on how her AGPT academic post led to a PhD and successful career in general practice research.
“E-chatting about digital health to vulnerable populations”
Dr Melinda Choy is hoping her research will make a difference.
“Finding your tribe as a GP and academic”
GP and researcher Dr Liz Sturgiss believes ‘there is still a lot we don’t understand about why general practice works so well’.
"Setting benchmarks for women’s health and general practice training"
General practice registrar Dr Rachel Turner has been recognised for her innovative research into women’s reproductive health.
"Academic posts: Opening doors for general practice registrars"
General practice registrar Dr Rebekah Hoffman talks to newsGP about her experiences undertaking an Australian General Practice Training academic post.