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Practice Experience Program is a self-directed education program designed to support non vocationally registered doctors on their pathway to RACGP Fellowship
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Candidates may apply to have their previous completion of core modules recognised towards the requirements of the General Practice Experience (GPE) Pathway or Specialist Pathway.
Candidate means a medical practitioner enrolled in the General Practice Experience Pathway.
Core modules means an RACGP recognised learning activity required in the GPE Pathway or the Specialist Pathway.
3.1 Application process
3.1.1 Candidates must submit their application via the Learning Needs Assessment.
3.1.2 The pathway administrator will assess the application, and if deemed appropriate they will approve the application and confirm the decision in writing to the Candidate.
3.2 Recognised core modules
3.2.1 GPE pathway core modules
3.2.2 Specialist pathway core modules
3.3.1 Candidates must submit their application for Advanced Standing within one month of entering the pathway.
3.3.2 Candidates will be advised of the outcome of their application within 4 weeks of submission of a complete application.
Advanced Standing Policy
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Advanced Standing Policy