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The health of Australia’s first peoples is a national priority, and the ability of GPs to work effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in improving their health is crucial if we are to 'Close the gap' in health outcomes. Therefore, all registrars are expected to achieve the learning outcomes in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health unit of the RACGP Curriculum for Australian General Practice whether or not they are undertake a training experience in an Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander health training post.
There is a dedicated outcome (1.3.3) with three criteria specifically aimed at ensuring safe and effective training in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. In general, there are principles that will apply meeting the standards for the training provider and the training post:
For definitions of the terms used, see the RACGP Curriculum Unit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health.
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